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How can I recover deleted data?

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  1. JazzMan983

    JazzMan983 Thread Starter

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    Ok, I did a bad bad thing. I switched my mom's computer with mine to get back at her for using my comptuer for years and making it bascially crap. So i switched our computers. I made them look exactly the same.. except i completely forgot about saved files etc etc. How can I revive files that I have deleted? These are very very important files. You have no idea how important this is. I have to get these files for her because she has a paper due tomorrow. I'm not about to let her fail a class because of something stupid i've done. Please help me Please please please. Thanks for your time.
     
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  3. daddyhominum

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    Switching computers doesn't delete files.

    Exactly what did you do to lose the data.
     
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    How exactly did you make hers look like yours?

    If you put files in the Windows wastebasket and did not then empty it, you should be able to open the wastebasket and restore them
     
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    check here



    cwwozniak: windows wastebasket?? maybe you ment recycle bin
     
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    I guess I am too old and set in my ways to leave my Apple Macintosh roots behind me. :D
     
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