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Re: retrieve a deleted message from pc
You can still access those mails if you access your email account directly through the email service.eg if you have a gmail account open www.gmail.com and login using your username and assword and the emails will be there.
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Seems like files and/or folder is write protected ( in Read Only Format ).
Right click on the folder and click on properties. Check if there is a check mark on Read Only or any such other check mark. If so, remove those check marks and then open the folder and try to delete.
If this does not work, Check with the file you wanna delete in same way.
If it still does not work, you most likely do not have permission to delete files on your PC profile that you login with. You either need to be administrator of the PC with admin rights or the person who has the admin profile should give you full rights on your profile.
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yeah for sure this will delete all files and folders on the drive if you choose to perform the format may be the file system on your drive has got corrupted you can get the data recovered by some professional and then format it .but opt for this one only if you have some really valuable data on the drive as data recovering is quite a expensive.
this error is basically a fatal error. you will endd up needing to replace your hard drive soon but if you dont like doing a recovery every few days and loosing your information all the time replace the hard drive
if the datas aleady deleted, then you have nothing to lose. Right ?
What you need is a 2.5 to 3.5 inch IDE ribbon cable connector.
this will enable you to put the drive into an IDE slot on the PC internal motherboard ( primary/secondary )
Unless it,s already 3.5"
boot the computer, see if it recognises the drive. And format it.
then you may be able, to re-fit back into the external casing, and use as an external again.
Mike @ compurepair.
Just like we have a method for storage, like tupperwares and ziplock, so do harddrives. The tiny places on a drive that stores the info are called blocks and sectors. Sometimes certain application rewrites the data on a drive so you can go around bad sectors, but thats usually signs of a drive starting to fail. I would back up what you can, and cash in on the manufacterer's warranty if its still covered.