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How to find the deleting file (dlete in the resicle bin also)

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Windows files deleted in error can i get them back?


You might be able to recover deleted files by looking for them within your Recycle Bin. Go to your desktop and double-click on the Recycle Bin icon to view a list of deleted files. When you find the files you want to restore, right-click them and select Restore. The restored files should return their original location prior to deletion.

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Is i t possible to recover file which bypassed the recycle bin?


Yes it is possible to recover the files which have bypassed the Recycle Bin. To recover these files you have to use some data recovery software. Here is the link http://www.recoveryfiles.org/windows-data-recovery.html to download a very good and efficient data recovery tool which can recover data which has been deleted from the Recycle Bin as well as the data which is deleted using Shift+Del key bypassing the Recycle Bin

Dec 20, 2012 | Operating Systems

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Not sure what u mean...i am a novice and i know i deleted files like gateway restore mangement and others


Your first step will be backup your important files. Don't write anything to your disk, before you do that. Every file is not deleted, it has just replace first letter with special sign (mark for deleted). If you don't write to disk, special programs can recover it (You need undelete tool program). To backup your important files, you can use live-linux DVD (Mint-linux is good). Write iso image from Mint web page with burning software to DVD, put into DVD and start computer. After that you can put memory stick and backup files from disk to stick. After that you can try to recover Windows (press F8 button when computer start, and going to "Safe mode with networking") You can go to ESET (Nod32) and download off-line tools for viruses cleaning. If you are sure that you have not viruses, you can try to recover Windows. When you are press F8, you have solution for choose previous state of Windows. Be careful, it is last step, and it will change Windows to before state. Windows will be like in the time when you install first time. If this is not good enough, you can only reinstall Windows. From Mint DVD, you can install Mint linux like backup multiboot solution. It will not have viruses problem. I suggest Mint, because I have Musical studio on that OS, and it look like Windows (It is based on Ubuntu linux). Good luck! If you need more information, just ask... I write lot of possibility because your short question.

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How to recover files in recycle bin


Do you mean that you have dragged files in the Recycle Bin and emptied the bin? If so, chances of file recovery still exist as long as the data contained in the files are not overwritten. Learn this article restore files emptied from Recycle Bin for more info. Best regards.

Jul 29, 2011 | Operating Systems

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How to delete an wrong entry in tally?


Left-click on the file you want to delete, and click the delete button on the keyboard, or drag and drop to your recycle bin. After that, right click on your recycle bin and click "Empty Recycle Bin". Now the file is completely off your system.
Good luck!

May 06, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I deleted the files in recycle bin


Yes, it is technically possible to recover any deleted file (Even those removed from the Recycle Bin) by using file recovery software.
Check out the data recovery software called asoftech data recovery from link blow.
http://www.asoftech.com/adr/

Good luck!

Apr 20, 2011 | Operating Systems

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How do you delete a file?


right-click and select delete...or drag to recycle bin...or highlight/select then click delete on the toolbar or goto edit/delete

Mar 03, 2011 | Operating Systems

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I deleted a file with about 60 flip videos by mistake. How do I recover them?


Here is a free recovery software which I have had very good results:
http://www.snapfiles.com/get/restoration.HTML

YMMV. It depends if the deleted files were overwritten with new files after they were marked as deleted. I hope it works for you.

The files may still be in the recycle bin if you didn't delete them directly. Double click the recycle bin icon on your desktop. If your files are there, click on them, then click "restore this item" under "recycle bin tasks" in the left sidebar.

Feb 21, 2010 | Operating Systems

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How can i install bin file in linux 5


Pull up a terminal and type:
cd /whatever/the/path/is/to/your/bin/file
sh whateverYourFileNameIs.bin
and it will run, if you have permissions to run it.
If not, or if it gives you errors, type:
su
it will ask for the password for root. Put it in, then run the above commands.

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DELETING THE ONE OS FROM MULTIPLE OS'S


sir,
what is DNS. how can work it.
and what is FTP Site. How can work in my computer for FTP Site

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