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01-May-2011, 05:35 PM #1
How to recover deleted file? (PLZ help, Its Important)
Somehow i deleted some of my files. Those were very much important.

Now plz tell me which software will be best to r recover these files. I probably deleted these files 2 days back. And files were deleted from c drive.

PLZ help.

(im using win sp2, HDD format is NTFS, HDD size is 320 GB)
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01-May-2011, 05:44 PM #2
THis software I think is worth a try. Good luck.

http://download.cnet.com/Recuva/3000...-10753287.html
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03-May-2011, 07:23 AM #3
+1 for Recuva.
xxxxxxxxx looks like you have to buy it to rescue what it finds - not the case with Recuva.

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03-May-2011, 11:52 PM #4
Pretty basic, but I've seen it happen before. Please don't be offended, but have you looked in the Recycle Bin?

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05-May-2011, 03:10 PM #5
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Pretty basic, but I've seen it happen before. Please don't be offended, but have you looked in the Recycle Bin?

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Shift+del is a bad habit of mine.
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05-May-2011, 03:39 PM #6
Stop using the hard drive right away if you want to recover anything. Connect it to another machine and run recovery apps. Or use a boot CD or boot USB.

Parted Magic disk partitoning tool (Bootable CD image)
If you prefer a bootable USB key, download and run Linux Live USB Creator. Choose the Parted Magic distro, and it will download it and automatically create a bootable USB key.
This CD (or key) contains many useful tools. You can partition, recover files, recover lost partitions, make disk images (by several different methods), transfer files between media, scan for viruses (It can serve as an Alternative Trusted Platform for search and elimination of rootkits and bootkits), examine and benchmark hardware, access the internet, and much more.

Free recovery applications:

Dr. Freeware Boot CD (also has partition tool, drive cloner and imager)
DiskDigger & NTFSWalker
Pandora Recovery (Free for personal use)
Smart Data Recovery
Recover Files
Roadkil's Undelete
Recuva
Restoration
Free Undelete (NTFS only)
Softperfect File Recovery
ADRC Data Recovery Tools
Undelete Plus
Data Recovery
PCI File Recovery
DriveRescue
Ultimate Data Recovery
Disk Investigator

Commercial:

O&O Disk Recovery
Paragon Mount Everything (Mounts any file system, CD/DVD burning, File Manager, Partitioner)
GetDataBack (For FAT or NTFS)
Ontrack EasyRecovery Pro
File Scavenger
Recover My Files
RecoverPlus Pro
Zero Assumption Recovery
Active@ File Recovery
Final Recovery
Recover4All Professional
Easeus Data Recovery Wizard
NTFS Recovery
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