My xbox died got a new one and cnt recover my
It is a common problem to lose email, password, etc.
1. Some of your login/email information is available in temporary internet files. So, you need to find out where your temporary internet files are. Typically this is available in the tools menu of your web browser. On my Internet Explorer, I can find it from Tools->Internet Options->Browsing History->Settings->Current Location. On my computer, my temporary internet files are in "C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temp orary Internet Files\". Write this exact location/path down - no misspellings. If there is a forward or backward slash at the end of this location, write it down WITHOUT the ending forward or backward slash. On my computer, I wrote down <gras>"C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Window s\Temporary Internet Files" . Notice that I wrote down this location without the ending backward slash. (This part is important.)
2. Start biterscripting . (If you don't have it already, download it free from any of the download sites - just google up the word biterscripting .)
3. Copy and paste the following command on biterscripting command line - all on one line - exactly as shown - no misspellings.
scr SS_FindStr.txt dir("C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\ Temporary Internet Files") files("*") str("@gmx.com") > "C:/x.txt" ; system start "C:/x.txt"
Note that although I am using "C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temp orary Internet Files", you should be using whatever you wrote down in step 1. Also, although I am using "@gmx.com" as the search string, you should use an appropriate search term for your search - such as @yahoo.com, @gmail.com, @hotmail.com, etc.
It will take some time for the above commmand to complete and come back (about 1 hour for me), but once done, it will open a text file for you. It will list various files and search strings it found in temporary internet files. You will find all kinds of interesting information in there. Using Edit->Find or CTRL-F, try to locate your search string ( @gmx.com in my example ).
Your ability to find things this way is limited only by two factors.
1. How much information is on your computer.
2. How well you follow these instructions.
You can also use a similar approach for finding things in your email folder. Good luck.
Mar 18, 2010 |
Microsoft Xbox 360 Console