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COPYING

Is there any way to "undo" or "restore" a floppy disk to the state it was in before I decided to copy something from another floppy disk to it? It was after the fact that I read that all information on the destination disk would be erased.

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Re:COPYING

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girl,

There are no guarantees here as the "overwriting" of data may have damaged the underlying files. You might want to try the File Recovery program from the link below:

PC INSPECTOR? File Recovery
http://www.pcinspector.de/file_recovery/UK/welcome.htm

Hope this helps.

Grif

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Thank you, I have downloaded the program and will work on it.

Hope it does work as I have about 30 songs for seniors that may be gone (boo hoo)

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