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Audio driver I removed my audio driver by accident and also deleted it from the recycle bin. How can I install a new one?

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Re: audio driver

Reinstall the audio driver from the driver disc, that came with your motherboard; r simply download the latest driver from internet and install it.

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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 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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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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Accidently moved my Hotmail. com account in Recycle bin. Can I get it back?

Yes, what you deleted was likely the shortcut to the hotmail account, but in any event, recycled items can be restored by clicking on the recycle bin and selecting the item that you want, then click restore this item...
Your Hotmail account is actually on a Microsoft server, somewhere. To delete that you have to follow more steps than a recycle bin event....

Jul 20, 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.

Good luck!

Apr 20, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Dear sir in my 4gb pen drive i am having a folder which is named recycler and its comes again and again after deleting also. so how to remove that permanently

The Recycler folder is a hidden system directory Windows XP automatically creates on all local drives.

For example, when you highlight a file on the pen drive in Windows Explorer and press the DEL key on your keyboard, the file is not actually deleted. It is moved to the Recycler folder, so it can get restored using the Recycle bin icon on the desktop. The file is physically deleted when the user calls the "Empty Recycle Bin" option from the recycle bin's context menu, or when the recycle bin gets too full. The default maximum capacity is set to 10% of the volume size.

Normally, the Recycled folder is hidden, you'll notice it only if you configure Windows Explorer to show you hidden files. You cannot get rid of it permanently - if you delete it, it gets recreated automatically, as you noticed yourself. This is intended behavior.

Jan 14, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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I have deleted all my audio and I dont know how to restore it

open the Recycle Bin , right click the item/s you need and click restore.

Dec 28, 2010 | Dell Operating Systems

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Hi, I just received a problem from the recycle bin: When I try to use the function empty recycle bin, the bin pop out window says "confirm multiple file delete" "Are you sure you want to delete these two...

Interesting problem. I'd try this: Open control panel and open Folder Options. Click the View tab and check the box to "Show hidden files and folders". say ok to that and close out back to the desktop. Now look in the recycle bin to see if there are those 2 files in there and try to delete them manually. Also go to and download and install CCleaner (Freeware). Run CCleaner and see if it is able to delete those files. If not, then see if you can right click on those 2 items and choose Restore. Once you have done that I would recommend you do a full virus scan on the pc just in case and also run the ccleaner once again. Hope this helps.


Aug 14, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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I accidently removed my audio sound from my

hi no once you delete it from the bin its gone for good, you will have to re-install your device drivers for your sound card...

Feb 25, 2010 | Dell Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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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:

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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Failure of realtek audio driver installation

I had the same problem while installing a GeForce 7050M-M motherboard w/AMD quad core processor. I kept getting the message "install Realtek HD Audio driver failure!!" message. After many hours of futility, and reading possible solutions on the internet, I got it working this way: First, go into your cmos setup and disable your onboard audio. Then after you boot up, go into 'control panel' and then 'add/remove programs' and remove any program associated with high definition audio. The Realtek programs that I had tried to install were in mine, so I deleted them. Then I clicked on 'start' and then 'search', and put this in the search window: 'hdaud' for high definition audio. Several files came up, and I deleted them, which put them all in the recycling bin. I didn't empty the bin, in case I screwed up something and had to restore the files later. I then rebooted, and being probably overcautious, let the computer come up and then went back into 'add/delete programs' to make sure there were no HD audio programs in there, and then double checked for any files by going back into 'search' and searching for 'hdaud' files like before. A file somehow had appeared there associated with Realtek, so I deleted it. Then I rebooted, and at reboot went into cmos setup and enabled my onboard audio. When the computer came up, the 'found new hardware' message popped up. When you see this DO NOT let the computer look for the driver. Hit 'cancel', and load your Realtek audio drivers from your setup disc or from whatever location you have them in. You may see the additional message about the driver not loading and your sound not working right, but ignore it, it's because you clicked on 'cancel'. Just let it finish it's install from your setup disc. When mine finished successfully for the first time now, and it prompted me to reboot because of the new drivers just installed, I actually got the 'shutdown' sound out my speakers-the first peep I heard out of them since I started this adventure early yesterday. When the computer came up, lo and behold I had sound. I was about ready to give up and go out and buy a sound card, but stubborness prevailed. So in short review:

1. Disable your onboard audio in CMOS
2. Go into 'add/remove programs' and delete any and all HD audio programs
3. Go into 'search' and type in 'hdaud' and delete those files that come up.
4. Reboot and double check 2 and 3 above.
5. Reboot and go into CMOS and enable your onboard audio.
7. Reboot and hopefully, enjoy the sound.

Oct 07, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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