Solved: Need instruction manual for "Recuva"

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I just can't manage to locate a download site for a "Recuva" instruction manual. Your help will be greatly appreciated. Have "googled" with no success. Lots of references but no "bingo."

I have found a deleted file I need to put back in place at C:\Programs\---------, but I do not know how to do this! Hence, the need for the manual.

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When you select a file to recover, you pick the location you want it recovered to.
 

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When you select a file to recover, you pick the location you want it recovered to.
Thanks both of you for the response. I have signed in for help at "P" forums. Still can't download an instruction manual. I have found "P" not user friendly to an 81 year old!

"DH": The program only advised placing the recovered file on a disc/partition other than where it resided. I have done that. Now I need to move it into the spot where it came from on "C."

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Thanks for that bit of info. I'll "go back to the drawing board" later today. Have to do a bit of snow throwing first! Had 10-12" yesterday and into this early morning. First t was lightweight, but the overnight 'stuff' was wet, as it has loaded down all the vegetation.

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Cut and paste the file. I don't understand what the problem is. Once the file is restored, it's just a file. It has nothing at all to do with Recuva at that point. Move it to where you want it.
 

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Cut and paste the file. I don't understand what the problem is. Once the file is restored, it's just a file. It has nothing at all to do with Recuva at that point. Move it to where you want it.
"DH": You have now told me what I need to do. Thanks.

This may be obvious to you, but I am a very inexperienced computer user who had no idea what I needed to do to put the file back in place. My 6000+ posts are not a reflection of my expertise.

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