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    Recover Deleted Files From USB Stick

    Hi,

    I deleted a folder on my USB stick which contained shortcuts to some sites. I was wondering if anyone knows any free software which will recover the folder?

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    take a look at:
    Freeware downloads System Utilities - Data Recovery Tools at SnapFiles.com

    there might be something good on there. Can't help anymore, my battery is about to die and i have no idea where the charger is!!

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    Power Data Recovery - Was really good when i had to use it last.

    But check out the other post's as this has been answered in the past

    James

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    While we are on the subject of recovering deleted files, does anyone know of a program which is free, that will recover text documents?

    Ive tried all the ones suggested, but none seem to work.

    Tim

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    If none of those work, I think you're stuck.

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    I ended up using one called Undelete Plus. It did not recover my folder but it recovered the contents inside it.

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    Try PhotoRec - runs on Windows and Linux, and included on SystemRescueCD, a new version of which was out in May:

    Main Page - SystemRescueCd

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    I think the OP solved the problem over a year ago, peeps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeMarchand View Post
    I think the OP solved the problem over a year ago, peeps.
    Just putting my 2 cents in just in case someone else finds this thread later on and thought the links I posted would help

    There is a method to my madness lol

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    Freeware to recover deleted files

    Hi,

    Recuva is a smart and cute undelete freeware by the famous freeware producer, the same company produced CCleaner.

    CONVAR & PCinspector Data Recovery Datenrettung recupero dati datarecovery rcupration donnes PC Inspector File Recovery, however this company does not offer any support to their freeware.

    You can also try Restore accidentally deleted files from FAT and NTFS volumes

    You can try freeware to recover your deleted files from your USB Stick.

    Good luck.

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    It's four years since the last reply Lisa, they've probably done it by now. Thanks for the info though

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    If you want to recover deleted files from USB drive then it is recommended to try Photo Recovery Software because it makes this task so easy to be completed. Even a non technical user can also try this tool to recover and restore their accidentally deleted, lost, severely damaged or inaccessible pictures, audio, video and other files from external USB drive. For More Information Visit:- Recover USB Photo in Mac | Free USB Photo recovery in Mac

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