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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by baby_phat26, Jan 25, 2002.

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  1. baby_phat26

    baby_phat26 Thread Starter

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    A folder containing important data recently got deleted and the recycling bin is emptied :mad: .,.,.Is there anyway at all I can get that folder back??
    Thank You
    !*~Baby_Phat~*!
     
  2. Davey7549

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    baby_phat26
    Recovering deleted items may or may not be successful since the drive space the items were using becomes available for use again after the deletion. There are third party programs that do work to recover items of importance if they are there and here is one I refer to people to try. The product is free to try through a download and of course you will have to pay for it if you want to keep it beyond its trial period.
    http://www.softdownloads.com/rognerud/

    The product has been successful for many in the past so good luck and let us know the outcome.
    Dave
     
  3. PeteBaines

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    in my experiance, all the freeware programs i tryed either didn't work, or when i recovered them they sort of mushed all my files together for instance all my .mp3s were all muggled up and playing different parts of different songs.
     
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