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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by manishkul, Jan 22, 2006.

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  1. manishkul

    manishkul Thread Starter

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    unfortunatly pst file deleted is there any chance to recover it
    if yes suggest me way
     
  2. 1069

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    You could take a look here: http://www.recovermyfiles.com/Recover_deleted_email.html

    I have not used the suggested downloads therefore can't vouch for them.

    The downloads seems to be "trial" versions - not sure if you will need to part with your hard-earned cash to enable the recovery.
     
  3. Alex Ethridge

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    The first thing to do when files are lost is to tun off the computer as soon as you discover the problem. It should not be run again until the recovery is finished. Windows constantly writes to the disk even when you aren't doing anything.

    Never install a program, save a file or make changes to files as every write to the disk runs a chance of overwriting the space occupied by the lost file. This goes for recovery software as well.

    Recovery software should be installed on another system. The hard disk on which the lost file exists should be removed from its computer and connected to the other system for file recovery.

    If the PST file or a portion of it has been overwritten, recovery is impossible.
     
  4. Old Rich

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    I suppose you have looked in the Recycle Bin for the file?
     
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