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    i just deleted some files from my comp by accident is there anyway to get it back?

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    Check your Recyle bin or try System restore.

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    if you already deleted em from the recycle bin...
    which makes it seem not so "accidental", but oh well....
    you can try this
    its free, its decent at getting files back...
    unless you've already overwritten them by deleting a buch of other stuff,
    or you have a small recycle bin

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    edit FKDUP beat me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
    .... or try System restore.
    system restore only restores -system files eg,program files + windows files, application date etc
    not personal files or on desktop files
    files ok files
    Last edited by 100%; 03-20-2005 at 12:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FKDUP74
    if you already deleted em from the recycle bin...
    which makes it seem not so "accidental", but oh well....
    you can try this
    its free, its decent at getting files back...
    unless you've already overwritten them by deleting a buch of other stuff,
    or you have a small recycle bin


    Makes me laff about the flaming of NSW recycle bin . In others words some need it, others not. When I stared with computers, I had three little ones and win 3.1
    then win95, which had a recover option . Good idea ,what happened to that ? I 'd come home to a nightmare after work . Little ones were very busy .
    Last edited by peat moss; 03-20-2005 at 02:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peat moss
    I 'd come home to a nightmare after work . Little ones were very busy .


    and everyone wonders why i try to teach computer sense
    to my daughter, niece & nephew
    everyone is like "awww, just let em play around on it"
    if i do that without explaining anything to em....
    i'll come back to the pc....
    and find i can only work in safe mode or DOS or something
    they'll be like, "hey, whats that WINDOWS folder all about? lets see what we can do with it!"
    "program files, we dont need no steeenking program files!"

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    I find its better to let little ones like , bro ,sis what ever to understand how to install a program, and how to treat cd's right. I let my 3 year old install programs for me sitting on me knee. He runs around with his middle finger in the cd hole ,knowing not to put his finger prints on the cd. I always thought smart kid !


    Edit : I'v seen babies change the boot order in bios just from tapping keys at start up .
    Last edited by peat moss; 03-20-2005 at 04:01 AM.

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    if im not too late, my website has a nice prog for getting files back after deleting them www.netmicro.org just go to the files pages and youll see it

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