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    Recovering Files from a re-imaged machine

    Hello, Just a quickie...

    I have re-imaged a machine in a school and the teacher has now told me that they had work on the machine, even after I went through and backed up necessary documents, they didn't tell me about these that they require now.

    Soooo I have used acronis to put the image onto the hard drive.

    I have since scanned with "Recover My Files" but I can't see much of the old file structure.

    Please can you tell me what you would do? Which programs would you use?

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Joanne; 22nd March 2012 at 12:54 PM.

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    My copy of reclaime has dealt with a reimaged laptop, allowing me to get back a lot of user files, for £60 it's worth getting in my opinion!

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    pirisoft's recuva worth a punt - always use the free options first

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    In the past I have used Recuva Recuva - Undelete, Unerase, File and Disk Recovery - Free Download set to "deep scan" (for a whole hard drive this will take hours and hours and hours....)

    EDIT: above poster beat me to it! That'll teach me to leave a half-typed reply open whlie I go to do a job lol

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