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I need to Restore Lost files---Details inside, please help.

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  1. ShadyTrader

    ShadyTrader Thread Starter

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    I recently lost over 500 episode of anime (about 100 gbs of info on my External Hard Drive). My DivX player (like Real Player) wasn't working so I downloaded it again and reinstalled it in the same place. It asked "Would you like to save over repeating files?" or something along those lines and i clicked "Yes to All". Somehow it deleted all of my anime episodes in the folders and now i really need help. Would anyone happen to know a software that is free i can use to get it all back, i am really pissed and i cant find anything without paying from 40$ and up... I need to find a free recovery program that will recover up to 100gb of info. Please help!

    Oh yeah and if anyone knows any alternate ways to fix this please tell me that as well.

    Thanks.
     
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    I agree re "PC Inspector." Just be sure you do not write anything to the XHDD until you try a recovery.
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