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I was deleting items to make more room and I think I deleted too much.


Go to your recycle bin and restore what you deleted in error. If you have already deleted the items in recycle bin, you are out of luck and will have to re install the missing programs and/or material if you have backups.

Mar 28, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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How do i retrieve items from the bin


Right click on the bin. A screen will pop up asking if you want to delete / empty the bin. ( Permanently destroy the rubbish) or if you want to restore a particular item.. If you click restore, the item will return to whatever file it was in when you deleted it. Look down the drop down box for the properties of the item you want to restore, it should say which file or what place the item came from. Remember this or write it down. Once you have restored the item, then you can look for it in its original file / folder. Cheers

Jan 05, 2015 | Cell Phones

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Retrieve deleted items


Hey jorge,

If you deleted it in windows you can check the recycling bin and retreave it there. Most software (such as email) has a trash bin the stores recently deleted items. If you are still having issues try this
link:
Recover lost or deleted files

Jan 23, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Can I retreve something I deleted out of the recycle bin?


hello Ib520465 if you had deleted an item into the recycle bin, you only would have had to restore it, but since you removed the trash the process will become more complicated. you will need 3rd party software to retrieve it now. if not alot has happen since the removal of the crucial information than it might be saved with a free program. But if this program is unable to find or other wise retrieve your information than i will recommend this program. I have personally used both of these programs and i promise they do what they say. Please rate

Nov 20, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When you delete files is it possible to retrieve them later


Hi,
Normally, deleted files from the computer can be retrieved later using the Recycle Bin. When you delete something, it doesn't really delete, it marks the file as deleted, but holds onto it until you permenantly delete it. There are a few cases where deleted files can't be retrieved later:

1. If the file is too large for the Recycle Bin, it will prompt you to permenantly delete the file.

2. If the file resides on a network device or a different computer, it will NOT go into the Recycle Bin; it will be permenantly deleted unless the remote computer/device is a server which has a "deleted items retention period" configured.

3. If you delete a file using "Shift + Delete", it will not go to the Recycle Bin; it will be permenantly deleted.

Hope this helps!

Mar 03, 2010 | Network Computing Devices (NSH800S/A)...

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How do you manage sms messages? how does sms messages stays undeleted? B7320 omnia pro


......??
sms messages deleted from inbox gets temporarily stored in the deleted message folder (analogous to recyle bin)..
Go to ur inbox..click 'menu'---->folders(6)---->deleted items--->delete the messages permanently from there.

Feb 15, 2010 | Samsung Omnia Pro B7320 Smartphone

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Deleted pictures off memory card need to retrieve badly!!!


try this

http://www.recuva.com/

i've never used it as i do data recovery for a living and do not use freeware programs but it may very well work for you.

Robert

Dec 16, 2008 | 1994 Dodge Intrepid

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How can i delete movies recorded from compro dtv4 Large files I says it is too large to send to recyle bin when trying to delete folder says it is right protected


First try deleting file without sending to recycle bin.

To do this you must hold down the "shift" key on your

keyboard while clicking the "delete" item on the menu..

If that does not work, you may try to enlarge the recycle bin,
Look up how to do that on H E L P screens.
If you do not have enough room on that drive you might
redefine the recycle bi on a larger drive, and try again.

Removing the protection might be more difficult. Get help elsewhere..
Or try changing the properties of the file..

Possibly search the contents of the REGISTERY file for the title you
have for this file and remove references ..

Sep 28, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Deleted pictures


There is no recyble bin function with digital devices such as camera or camcorder. So once you accidentally deleted the pictures, it is just like clearing the recycle bin or Trash of your computer. But that doesn't mean you have lost the files permanently as you can rely on recovery software to get them back if possible.

As to recover deleted pictures, recommend you have a try of Wondershare Photo Recovery, a program which can recover lost pictures, videos can music with both Windows and Mac version, you can free download the program from the sites,

(For Windows Users)
http://www.wondershare.com/pro/photo-recovery.html

(For Mac OS Users)
http://www.wondershare.com/pro/mac-photo-recovery.html

Step-to-Step Instruction:

1. Download and install the trial version on your computer, then connect your camera memory card to the computer (I assume you are using Windows). Start Wondershare Photo Recovery and select the drive letter that assigned to camera memory card.
2. Then choose the file type (all, photo, video, music) click "Star Scan".
3. Now the scanning process will start automatically to look for the deleted items. You will then get a list of all recoverable ones.
4. Preview the photos. If your deleted ones are found, then you need pay to get the activation code. And click "Recover".

Tips:
1. Take the free trial version before you buy.
2. Before your deleted items are recovered, do not take more photos or videos.

I hope you good luck, Merry Christmas!

Aug 16, 2008 | Cameras

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