Accidental deleting on Nas drive - Help needed

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BladeToo

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Hi I accidently deleted files on my Nas dive. its a LaCie Big Disk d2 1Tb (actually 2 500Gb disks inside). The programs I´ve tried for recover lost data dosent support Nas drives (only drives inside the computer itself). Any one have a sudgesstion of how I can recreate the lost data?. i use a intel computer and are running Vista Home Premium. i have Netgear DG834N wireless router with built in adsl2+ modem. Everything is cable connected and working fine. I just need the almost 2 years of work that i deleted...
I know.. incredibly stupid but the web config tool is so sluggish and i just clicked away... HELP!
 

BladeToo

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It didnt work. I can´t find my NAS in the program Recover Files 2. There is no way to search the network. Only devices directly connected to the computer. Any other ideas?
 

Phantom010

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Read this. You'll find a few other programs that claim to undelete files from NAS drives.
 

BladeToo

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Hi again. Thanx once more. I hoped i shouldnt have to take it apart becourse of the warranty... But it seems the only way to get the files back again. Not a big issue but i hoped it woudnt come to that. A bit of work ahead of me now. Thanx for the tip. /BladeToo
I´ll let you now how it works out.
 
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