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DATA recovery! (recover corrupted files)

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Shahramsa, Oct 21, 2004.

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  1. Shahramsa

    Shahramsa Thread Starter

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    Hey guyz!
    Due to a program failuer (partition magic) some of the data are corrupted and some are deleted. By using PC inspector i could get almost all of them back but still some are corrupted. for example some JPGs and WAVs which are so so important to me!:eek:
    by any chance do you know any program which can revover CORRUPTED files rather than try to undelete them???

    this topic helped me out a bit but no one had correct answer to my problem!
    http://forums.techguy.org/archive/index.php/t-263334.html

    Ill appreciate your help.
     
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  3. Shahramsa

    Shahramsa Thread Starter

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    thanks MFDnSC but couldm't really find anythign which can RECOVER CORRUPTED files! but some seems to help. I'll try!

    I need more certian programs or knowledge.

    But thanks any wayz
     
  4. TOGG

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    I suppose it all depends on on exactly what 'corrupted' really means.

    Have a look at this program;http://www.grc.com/sr/spinrite.htm It's users say it performs 'miracles' (read the testimonials) and that could include recovering corrupted files.

    It's fairly expensive at $89 but that's nothing like a commercial recovery would cost. There is a 'no quibble' refund policy so the question for you is' how much do I want/need these files?'

    I have not used this program myself and have no connection with the makers.
     
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