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Windows 7: My private folder - recover files

17 Oct 2012   #1
magas

windows 7 32bit ultimate
 
 
My private folder - recover files

Hello guys.

I have small story and problem. Maybe you can help me.

I install Microsoft My private folder program.
I upload in there documents and photos.
One day my Kaspersky note me that inside program are virus. And all my files recognize as virus. I just think in that time maybe i install bad program and in there is virus. I remember that virus was: $e. So i just done mistake and delete them.
After that i open folder and all my photos and documents was damage. Kaspersky not have option BackUp my deleted virus. I try Restore point and no luck.
So what i use Recovery programs. I try 3. But only from one i get files back.

So my question is, can i recover my files with program or with other option?
Or This is it and i not have any option recover?

Here is one photo how look recovered files. And two files i give in here. So maybe you can test them.

Damage files for your test.



P.S. Sorry for my english.
P.S.S. This happened with XP OS, but i think you can help me or just answer in here too.


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02 Nov 2012   #2
magas

windows 7 32bit ultimate
 
 

Hm.. So nobody can't help me too fix this problem? Any solution?
What i want is stick together those two files in one. Picture and file with $ name.
Maybe some program can help me or i just can try something?
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