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    Default Important- Data Recovery

    I use a Samsung SPinpoint F1 250GB HDD. A few days ago, most probably, while after creating another user account, an important image file got deleted.

    The thing probably was like that, I deleted the account in which the file was, like "C:/Users/Dee/name.jpeg".

    Now is there anyway to recover that file? It's really urgent. Please help.

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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    system restore or use an undelete software & search for that file or search the entire driver & look for that file name!

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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    the first and foremost rule of data recovery is, never i said never save anything at all in that volume/drive anymore after deleting ur desired files ..... if u save any file into that volume , d previous data may overwritten which makes harder to recover any certain data from d volume ..... and if C:\ ur system volume then its obvious that several files r already saved in d drive since OS automatically generate *.tmp,*.pf +many more for running other applications ....
    thats why i can't guarantee this will work ...... try easy recovery professional edition 6 ...

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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    That takes too much time to download, I'm using internet from my phone, so my phone won't be able to handle that 43.0MB download. So I tried NTFS Undelete and got that file, but after clicking the Recover button, the file appears in the desired directory but says it's corrupted. I then tried recovering it to another partition, now it's taking a long time, "Total Progress= 0%". Is that gonna be safe?

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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    Try this software ---- DataRecWizPro.4.3.6_[RH]

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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    Go to a cyber cafe and download the programs you need, if the image is so important, you have to do this. In the meantime, do NOT turn off the computer if you want to recover the file from your current computer. Also, do not run anything, just leave the PC as it is. If you want to recover it from a friend's place, then soft off the PC (I mean cut off the power instead of using the Shut Down command) and do NOT turn it back on. Then remove the HDD and install it on another PC and recover the file. The objective is to ensure that the allocation units that used to hold your image does not get occupied by other file(s). If it stays like that, the data will remain as it was, just will not be visible by OS. Any recovery software will do the trick. I personally use "Tune Up Utilities" which includes a program called "Tune Up Undelete" to recover deleted files.

    As you said your image is corrupted, then chances are low that other softwares will get it back. Learn from mistakes, do the above things the next time you accidentally delete anything from local drive. If it is on another drive, then just stop using that drive instead of being too much cautious.


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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    isn't there anyway to fix a corrupted jpeg file?

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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    isn't there anyway to fix a corrupted jpeg file?
    Could you give me the file so that I could have a look at it? Do not convert or anything, just give me the corrupted file. Without analyzing the file I cannot say if it can be fixed.


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    Default Re: Important- Data Recovery

    how? Your email address?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    how? Your email address?
    just upload it to mediafire & PM him the link!

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