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The undelete was a good solution,thanks. but now i am scared of overwriting them because free undelete says they are already there on drive:c. do i overwrite them to get them back?
You can use a thumbdrive or an external HD to restore to if you have one laying around. If C:\ is your only option, then C:\ is your only option. :-/
be sure to limit what you are doing though, every time data gets written to C: there's a risk of data loss- even temporary internet files.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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there are many free data and file recovery programs on the web
you could retreive themif you have not written or downloaded any and saved more to your hard drive
NTFS Undelete is free software that allows you to recover deleted files. It recovers files directly from hard drive, and it will work even if you empty Recycle Bin.
Before downloading NTFS Undelete, please consider the following:
When you delete a file, its content physically remains intact on the media, but the occupied space becomes marked as free. Next file saved to the disk may overwrite the contents of the deleted file.
It is very important to make sure that no application writes to the drive or partition where deleted file is located since every new file (even a small one) may overwrite the deleted file.
hope this helps you
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