Accidentally deleted .GHO image file. I deleted the file by clicking shift +delete from Windows XPsystem. I tried couple of softwares to recover it but all i can not see data. Please let me know how can i recover the files.
Perhaps, you don't select the right data recovery programs. In fact, there are plenty of data recovery programs available online. But, not all of them could work as efficiently as we think. So, if you really have no idea about the data recovery programs right now, you could directly try some PC data recovery freeware that works much more efficient than some paid ones. After experiencing this trouble, you should learn to back up everything important all the time.
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You maybe able to recover the images that have not been over written. You did not tell me that you only took two photos. To recover deleted images you need a program such as Recuva. Recuva (pronounced "recover")is a freeware Windows utility to restore files that have been accidentallydeleted from your computer. This includes files emptied from the Recycle bin aswell as images and other files that have been deleted by user error from digitalcamera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even bring back files that havebeen deleted from your iPod, or by bugs, crashes and viruses!
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A program's probably maintaining that 2GB file (not a horrifically large file in today's world, mind) in order to do something for you. Are you perhaps running Norton Ghost?
The trick is to find out what program owns the file handle. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/232830
(which tells you to run their utility http://download.sysinternals.com/Files/ProcessExplorer.zip and look through the file handles for your culprit...then decide whether whether the program maintaining it is any use.)
When can anyone beg off aptitudes? The jail arc in Blood Diamond?
Ghost saved the drive information in an image file. Whatever you named your backup you would see *.gho, *001.gho, *002.gho. That is your whole hard drive in a spanned image file. Ghost Explorer is what you need to open and view these images and you would be able to extract files as your would from a zip file. There are no restore points as you would think using Windows Restore. Only the raw hard drive information as it appears on your dive now. I'm not sure if Ghost Explorer is provided with the home edition as I'm used to the enterprise for my work.
let me know if this helps
gho is the extension of backup file
format saved by Norton Ghost, that is Norton backup program. GHO file
extension can only be opened with Norton Ghost, and restored on an hard drive, after extraction you can save data on optical support using any CD burner software.