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Files deleted by accident

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by sexnage, Feb 25, 2009.

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  1. sexnage

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    I wasn't sure where to post this but that's how desperate I am. I deleted my picture folder from my Laptop, that runs windows Vista, how can I get them back? they are not in the trash bin, I checked but for some reason nothing get send it to the trash can, it just delete and that's it.

    Please any help??????


    thank you

    Jaime
     
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    As long as new data hasn't overwritten it, Recuva should get most,if not all, files for you.
     
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    sexnage. Right click on your trashcan. There should be a window popup. Click Properties, and you can check or uncheck a box to immediately delete without sending to trash. Maybe that will keep this from happening again.
     
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