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Windows 7: Can W7 handle large #s of files?

16 Jun 2009   #21
sup3rsprt

XP, Seven, 2008R2
 
 

If you don't register, you end up with an "unregistered version". but I don't think it has any limits. I've been using this program to make backups for years. If I wasn't so poor I would buy it just to support the developers.


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16 Jun 2009   #22
xan K

Windows 7 x64
 
 

so, no 30-day-trial limit, cool! I might buy later, but not right now.
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17 Jun 2009   #23
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xan K View Post
nice app! I only wished it was freeware. how bad are the trial limitations?
joe7dust

You still having problems?

Ken
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17 Jun 2009   #24
joe7dust

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Not sure yet, it is still running. 52 hours 23,000 files found 70% done (678,000,000 of 977,000,000 sectors)
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18 Jun 2009   #25
joe7dust

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

This is definitely becoming a sledgehammer fantasy job for me... 815M of 977M sectors it decides to hard freeze on me. No cursor movement, nothing just stuck. The weirdest thing is it looks like the timer rolled over. It reads: 03:29:46 and same # of files as my last post. *edit* Just started a recovery with EasyRecovery Pro and it went 100s of times faster. Scanned in minutes, and ETA on copy is less than 2 hours. Will update you tomorrow! I was going to try GetDataBack as someone suggested but it only had options FAT or NTFS and I remember from the first program I tried that the partition was something strange like exFAT or HFS or something.
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18 Jun 2009   #26
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 
data recover

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by joe7dust View Post
This is definitely becoming a sledgehammer fantasy job for me... 815M of 977M sectors it decides to hard freeze on me. No cursor movement, nothing just stuck. The weirdest thing is it looks like the timer rolled over. It reads: 03:29:46 and same # of files as my last post. *edit* Just started a recovery with EasyRecovery Pro and it went 100s of times faster. Scanned in minutes, and ETA on copy is less than 2 hours. Will update you tomorrow! I was going to try GetDataBack as someone suggested but it only had options FAT or NTFS and I remember from the first program I tried that the partition was something strange like exFAT or HFS or something.
I hope that you are able to comlete this. I have used Getdataback before and if you have enough resources it might be able to complete it. I just wonder if the data is re-coverable after all this
Ken
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18 Jun 2009   #27
joe7dust

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Yes and I got 80,000 files back. Tested a few and they seem to work. The names and directories are lost in some cases but not a huge deal. Said 30 minutes to copy back to the external and it has hit a few places with strange filenames where that spikes to 180 minutes but hopefully it is done soon. Reread my post, I didn't use getdataback.
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18 Jun 2009   #28
Dzomlija

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
I hope that you are able to comlete this. I have used Getdataback before and if you have enough resources it might be able to complete it. I just wonder if the data is re-coverable after all this
Ken
R-Studio is (for me anyway) by far the best data recovery soluton out there, capable of even virtually reconstructing all RAID flavours and recover from just about any known filesystem.

I used it myself just a bit more that year ago, and was able to get files back that "GetDataBack" could not. I had to do this because my new motherboard didn't support RAID JBOD that I had implemented on my old (destroyed) motherboard.

It is defintely worth the $79 price tag...
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18 Jun 2009   #29
joe7dust

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

For RAID then I guess it's the best. For me, it just wasted days of my time. EasyRecoveryPro is WAY easier to use and took only 1.3 hours to get everything back. And it didn't crash on me multiple times... sweet!
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18 Jun 2009   #30
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 
persistance award

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by joe7dust View Post
Yes and I got 80,000 files back. Tested a few and they seem to work. The names and directories are lost in some cases but not a huge deal. Said 30 minutes to copy back to the external and it has hit a few places with strange filenames where that spikes to 180 minutes but hopefully it is done soon. Reread my post, I didn't use getdataback.
Got to hand it to you. You really stuck with it. glad it mostly worked out

Ken
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