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Solved: DATA Error [47 OF 94 93 F4 K5]

Discussion in 'Archive: Business Applications' started by rkselby98, Aug 9, 2006.

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  1. rkselby98

    rkselby98 Thread Starter

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    Has anyone come up with a solution on the recovery of files erased by the worm Blackworm. I have run across suggestions like file recovery programs but haven't seen positive results as to how they work. I have found a site that says send them the hard drive but as of yet in searching the web I have not seen a solution that the normal user can use to recovery these files. Has anyone seen or found a solution that works?
     
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    sajeev, calicut, kerala ,india
    1.It can be done by me.
    2.if you please send your hardisk to me i can back up your all word,excel,photo,video etc.(Email:[email protected])
    09446180382 (mob)
     
  3. rkselby98

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    This was solved a long time ago check the date. Thread closed and for anyone who would like to know how to do this, use the Recovery Console to rename the files, then after a few days if everything is okay you can delete them as you do any file. Sorry I forgot to close this one as no one every replied to it.
     
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