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restoring a deleted file

by dogman27 / May 5, 2005 5:53 AM PDT

is there any why that a file can be restored even if it is deleted. Even if it is deleted from the recycling bin

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Shareware and Freeware to do it
by TONI H / May 5, 2005 6:18 AM PDT

DATA RECOVERY TOOLS

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Toni, a couple of your links are broken...
by Edward ODaniel / May 5, 2005 6:44 AM PDT

and for Restoration 2.5.14 you really ought to point to Kato's own link at http://www.geocities.jp/br_kato/

It should also be mentioned that any file recovery program should be able to be run from the floppy if it was not installed PRIOR to the file deletion because installing it might well overwrite the very file you want to restore.

That is what is especially nice about Restoration 2.5.14 because it can be downloaded to the floppy and expanded onto the same floppy and run from it too.

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thanks Ed...
by TONI H / May 5, 2005 7:54 AM PDT

I've added Kato as the main source, and I just checked the other links about a week ago and they all came back ok. I'll recheck and make adjustments...appreciate the heads up.

TONI

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Sorry Toni. I just realized I didn't point out...
by Edward ODaniel / May 7, 2005 12:44 AM PDT
In reply to: thanks Ed...
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Recover Deleted files with the help of Recuva
by suraj78 / January 11, 2010 9:46 PM PST

If you are active user of computer and work more on your system like laptop and desktop to store your important data. Then there are possibilities that, you accidently deleted a file, removed it from the Recycle Bin or deleted it with Shift + Delete, and then realized that you actually want to keep it. Don?t panic, this Recuva software will do its best to help you recover the file. This is very useful utility that scans your system for deleted files, lists whatever it encounters, and shows you likelihood that you can recover each file. Simply select the files you want to recover, and all selected files then available for use. So this is must tool for all computer users. I think you are not so busy to download Recuva.

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