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Topic # 57330 9-Feb-2010 21:15
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Hi,

I backed up the my docs folder on to my usb drive and accidentally deleted it and I really need the docs and photos back.
File recovery is not new but with so much choice I really want to hear from people who have experienced great success from particular recovery software/tools.

thank you,
Steve.

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  Reply # 297511 9-Feb-2010 21:33
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Just ran a recovery on my USB stick for some video files I accidentally bumped off, used Recuva (www.ccleaner.com...) - recovered everything with no corruption :)




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  Reply # 297514 9-Feb-2010 21:35
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Thanks mate I'll give it a shot.



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  Reply # 297517 9-Feb-2010 21:55
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not doing the job for me unfortunately.

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  Reply # 297523 9-Feb-2010 22:03
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PC Inspector File Recovery, which is free.

Failing that, the best I've found is Stellar Phoenix, but that isn't free.

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  Reply # 297552 9-Feb-2010 23:46
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Not free, but I've had great sucess with Runtime Software's GetDataBack product. Recovered files from a dead SD card that a commercial organisation said were gone.
http://www.runtime.org...

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