after shift+del button...

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    varunbhide New Member

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    is there any utility by which data can be restored after you have pressed the shift+del button. if there is, then pl kindly let me know, since i have by mistake deleted abt 10 gb of data that way....thanx..
     
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    use undelete softwares.....
    i use tuneup undelete...
     
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    ilugd Beware of the innocent

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    Hi,

    Use Data recovery s/w's like
    Norton data recovery. PC Inspector File recovery etc...
     
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    In Norton SystemWorks 2003, there was a tool called Norton Protection which can give extra protection after Shift+Delete. However it can not retain 10GB data if you previously did not extend your Recycle Bin size above 10GB.

    In your particular case you need PC Inspector File Recovery. Don't install anything in the partition from where you deleted the 10 GB file and do minimum Computer activity after file delete. Chance of recovery increases if you regularly defragment your Hard Doisc. Good Luck!
     
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