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Windows 7: all movies deleted , how can i recover

16 Sep 2010   #11

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Did you get the pics back?
sorry friend , but i did,nt understand the procedure you tell.
i was not take backup earliar.
and other recovery soft. says that those files are overwritten by another program
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You can try some free recovery software. Such as Recuva. Good luck to you.
Recuva - Undelete, Unerase, File and Disk Recovery - Free Download
what we are trying to say is to Download and Install this Program in the Website and Then use the Smart Wizard to find the Files and then Recover you Data which has been Deleted

Hope This Helps,
it did't help it says other files are overwritten them

nero also did't help

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16 Sep 2010   #12

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If they are overwritten they are toast. If you had made backups with system image or other free software you would not have lost the movies.
I assume you tried all the suggestions, given
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23 Sep 2010   #13

Windows 7 64 bit
File recovery

Actually the most important thing after file deleted is to not save any more data to the drive where your files are deleted. If you delete them from your hard disk, then do not use computer before you recover your files.

Not sure whether the deleted files are overwritten, or the recovery software is not good enough. I used to use free software recuva also, but then there's one time it failed to recover my deleted files, then I have to purchase shareware asoftech, which helped me recover my files. So now I use asoftech since I bough the license.
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