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Retrieval of deleted voice recorded file

I accidentally deleted a voice recorded file (lecture from school) and was wondering if there was a way to retrieve it back?
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  • robert_logue Jan 09, 2009

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Maybe, there are programs that retrieve deleted files, but sadly you need to buy them.

this only works if you havn't added any new voice recording (or a lot of voice recordings) or if you havn't reformatted your player.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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