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I've deleted all my films by mistake

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Guest Bill [e3.bill(at)gmail.com]

Hello all,

Help! I've deleted all my videos by mistake.

I started CDBurnerXP and chose Data Disk and clicked OK. In the page titled CDBurnerXP - [Data compilation] under My Films I clicked on My Films directory and all my films were shown in the top right box. I then wanted to remove them from that box as there were too many to burn to DVD-R so I highlighted them all and deleted them. Now My Films directory is empty. They did not go to the Recycle Bin because that is empty. How can I get my films back?

Thanks.

Bill

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Hi Bill,

First avoid writings as much as possible at that disc. I hope you do.

This one is very good free (the same "Piriform production" as CCleaner)

http://www.recuva.com/

when downloading and installing use another partition (again I hope you have that one too)

or even better try Portable

http://www.pendriveapps.com/2007/03/08/recuva-portable-file-recovery-tool/

I can post a few more if you need but this one is the best from what I've tried

actually the last link has several portable tools for recovery.

You can try just scan with few to get only the list of those files considered "in a good recoverable shape"

Then use the tool which gives more files flagged like that.

Once again you better recover into different drive. I think most of the tools if not all have this option.

This way you may be able to recover maximum in combination of using several Utilities

Cheers

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