Re: Recycle Bin!
- From: Malke <notreally@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2006 19:13:21 -0700
Nick Sands wrote:
Thank you for your quick reply. YES!!! I need to restore some data as
soon as possible. Could you tell me how?
I wasn't trying to torture you by making you ask again; I just wasn't
sure if you were asking for research or because you needed to do data
recovery. If you deleted some files and then emptied the Recycle Bin,
start with one of these programs:
PCInspector File Recovery -
Executive Software “Undelete” -
R-Studio - http://www.r-tt.com/
Ontrack's EasyRecovery - http://www.ontrack.com/software/
*IMPORTANT* - DO NOTHING FURTHER ON THE DRIVE. The data is still on the
hard drive but if you overwrite it, it will be extremely difficult or
impossible to recover it. If you use data recovery software, install it
on another machine and either use it from that operating system or
create a bootable cd/floppy and work with that.
*IMPORTANT* - If you don't have the skill and/or equipment to do these
procedures and the data is crucial, take the machine to a professional
computer repair shop that has experience in doing data recovery. This
will not be your local version of BigStoreUSA. In-shop data recovery is
usually not exactly cheap (for ex., my charges are generally
$150-350USD), but it normally costs less than sending the drive to a
professional data recovery company like Drive Savers. You need to make
the determination of the value of your data and decide what to do.
DriveSavers - http://www.drivesavers.com
Seagate Data Recovery Services - https://www.seagatedatarecovery.com/
Elephant Boy Computers
MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User
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