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#1 trm

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Posted 06 January 2005 - 01:18 AM

Is there any way i can retrieve pics or files i downloaded after rebooting my operating system twice? Had a prob with computer and had to reboot os for first time since i had it in two years+. Later i noticed my c drive partitioned into two drives so i had a small local f drive that everything was being saved to. c drive was inaccessible at that time but i did find some pics from b4 the first reboot. sent my puter to get the partition fixed so then of course had to reboot os again. will it be at all possible to find those pics and anything lost from b4 the first reboot.

give me hope plz,

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Posted 06 January 2005 - 02:42 PM

Hi trm,
I believe you mean to say that you have reinstalled your OS? To reboot means that you have restarted your computer and surely you've done that time or two in two years.

I'm not sure how to answer your question, but I'm moving this into the Hardware forum for now so someone can give you some better help.

Could you please post back with what operating system you are running and some more of your system specs?

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