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#1 writer_girl32


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Posted 17 January 2007 - 07:15 PM

I work in an office where all staff members use Mac G3s with OS 9. Each computer is networked to a group of servers. I had an extensive file folder contained thousands of text files saved on one of the servers. It seems somebody deleted the files today. I believe they would have dragged the items to the trash then deleted the trash.

How can I get them back? I checked with my tech person, who is useless, and she said since there is only a one-hour timed backup, they're gone.

Is she right? Is there any way to recover these files?

Help! I'm desperate!

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#2 KIDRoach


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Posted 23 January 2007 - 04:05 AM

i used to have a software that can undelete stuffs, recover stuffs that are deleted, but forgot what's its name... anyways, try "undelete software" on google and see if you can find any hit, and try installing the files, preferably free ones i guess... :thumbsup:

hope this helps ?
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