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Thread: File Recovery After Deletion

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    Hey, I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on recovering deleted files, like websites with guides, or your own personal experiences. I saw in another topic 3 programs being mentioned recover4all , encase and norton. Are these the main ones, are there better or more popular ones and which is the best / easiest to use.
    thx

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    I have recently started to use Go Back 3 Deluxe - formerly by Roxio but I belive Norton owns it now. Thankfully, I've only had to use it 2 times for a complete system restore and a couple times for single file recovery and it worked like a charm.
    Takes up a bunch of disk space though, up to 10% of your HD. And also you will notice a lot more disk activity with it installed and running because of the regular saving it does.
    Very good software to have I'd say.

    edit: Also, it boots before Windows does. So in case you can't get in to the OS because of a system crash or something you can still access Go Back for a restore.

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    I used a program called getdataback, after I had deleted my whole hd.
    I managed to recover all my mp3's, movies and other files quite easily.

    I think it's a good idea to have programs like these on disk just incase the worst happens.

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    whoops shud have stated what the program was ^

    its called GetDataBack - same as callum suggested

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    Thanks for the info guys, i'm particularly looking for single file recovery programs, that are installed after the event. Anyone else with any info?

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    EasyRecoveryPro4

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    Fosi - easy recovery pro. You can configure which partitions or file types and choose files to restore from a list of possibilities found.

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    I have File Recovery installed, never really had to use it though.
    http://www.pcinspector.de/file_recovery/UK/welcome.htm

    It's free, which is nice.

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    Originally posted by callum@27 September 2003 - 17:28
    I have File Recovery installed, never really had to use it though.
    http://www.pcinspector.de/file_recovery/UK/welcome.htm

    It's free, which is nice.
    u never used? how do u know it's good?

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