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  1. jim17

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    I accidently delete my data partition, I search data recovery software in google and find many softwares are not free. I am a student, I cannot afford to purchase the data recovery software, what's more, I use it only once. At last, I find there is a full version data recovery software is free now, I download it and it is able to recover my lost data. Now I share this full version data recovery software download link: get it now.
     
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    moved to correct forum
     
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    I just deleted a 10gb encrypted file on accident using a batch command so it bypassed the recycle bin all together. It was on my C drive and a backup of it was on an external drive. Both got erased. I used the free software mentioned in this post and can't seem to find the file in either drive. Is this software maybe not capable of doing this? Is the pay version of this maybe gonna get it done for me or am I screwed?
     
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    after reading up on this from various things that google brought up it seems that a file deleted by a line command or batch command is deleted permenatly and can never be restored. I believe this is why no matter what program I used I couldn't find the file I was looking for.
     
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    have you tried all on the list i provided especially the last 1?
     
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    Just tried the last program with no luck. Did you see what I wrote about deleting stuff with a line command or batch file makes the file unrecoverable. Do you not think this is correct?
     
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    info is probably there so i think you will have to play with different settings in the data recovery programs to see which will work for you. i accidently ghosted a blank drive onto a data drive instead of the other way around & was still able to retrieve info.
     
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    The file was a truecrypt volume container. It has no file extention and is 10gb in size. I had it on 2 different hard drives and I can't find either file on either drive. This was a VERY important file and I have tried everything I can think of. So your saying the way I deleted the files doesn't mean there gone or is this just an opinion?
     
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    just an opinion tho i have done data recoveries a number of times.
     
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    I've been researching this more but I can't really find a good answer. Is there a clear cut winner of a program that might help me? I'm willing to pay for good software if that's what it's gonna take. Are the free one's just as good as the pay one's? Can anyone recommend a very good program. Thanks
     
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    have you tried the 2nd on the list as i use a paid version from them. tried the free version which showed the data i was looking for & acquired the paid version that retrieved that data.
     
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    I'm trying it now. I'm putting the name of the file in the search and looking for deleted files but it comes up with nothing on either drive.
     

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