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02-Aug-2008, 09:49 AM #1
Question Solved: Help Find Deleted D: Files Windows 2000?
I deleted the D: files in error.

But I can not find the files in rubbish bin.

I log on as user.

Delete files use user right.

Where can I find the deleted files?

There are two partion, C:, D:.

If I delete C: files, I can find them in rubbish bin.

But If I delete D: files, I can not find them in rubbish bin.

How can I find the deleted D: files?
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02-Aug-2008, 12:20 PM #2
You won't. Once a file is 'actually' deleted (like in empty recycle bin) they are gone. No more.

You can always attempt data recovery.

Or, write the data off and move on.
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02-Aug-2008, 01:08 PM #3
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It works, no file lost
Use 30 min.

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