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ShaDynasty 06-06-2013 07:22 PM

Deleted Files
 
the fucking chump that i am, i've deleted about 3 weeks worth of music i was working on. as any musician will tell you the last 3 weeks is all that really matters.

is there any way of getting it back?

i'm trying some of these file recovery programs and they ain't doing shit.

food for thought 06-06-2013 07:32 PM

You deleted them out of the recycle bin? Cause they should have got sent there

ShaDynasty 06-06-2013 07:43 PM

i was running out of space on one computer so i was trying to transfer some stuff to another one, and emptying the recycle bin as i went along.

Art Vandelay 06-06-2013 11:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sosa (Post 2331519)
i've deleted about 3 weeks worth of music i was working on. as any musician will tell you the last 3 weeks is all that really matters.

then you have nothing to worry about

ShaDynasty 06-07-2013 12:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Art Vandelay (Post 2331569)
then you have nothing to worry about

non creatives

EAGLE EYE 06-07-2013 12:49 AM

Try the free version of Recuva

http://www.piriform.com/recuva/download

I havent used it, so google your questions if you have any.


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Recuva is a user-friendly Windows-based tool. When you run Recuva, you can resurrect missing files using either the file-recovery wizard or the application's manual mode. The file-recovery wizard is handy when you're sure your data is gone but you're not quite sure where it went or how to get it back. The wizard lets you narrow your search type to pictures, music, documents, video, or all files, and you can set the search location to everywhere on your computer, removable media only, in My Documents, the Recycle Bin, or a specified location. If you don't need the wizard you can jump right into manual mode and get to work searching where you know the file should be. Recuva uses a green/yellow/red light system to indicate how probable the recovery of your files will be, and when available, it can provide previews image files available for recovery. Recuva also includes a tool to securely wipe files you find, handy if you're attempting a file recovery just to ensure the files are actually dead and gone.

ShaDynasty 06-07-2013 06:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Rob Swanson (Post 2331588)
Try the free version of Recuva

http://www.piriform.com/recuva/download

I havent used it, so google your questions if you have any.

thanks yeah i tried that. i managed to get a few things back.

ahh well the lame wigga beatmaking continues.

Dr. Simon Hurt 06-07-2013 07:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sosa (Post 2331519)
the fucking chump that i am, i've deleted about 3 weeks worth of music i was working on. as any musician will tell you the last 3 weeks is all that really matters.


hahaha
how pretentious and self-important of you.
good riddance to wack bullshit.


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