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Recovering a deleted file

Posted on 2001-06-14
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One of our users deleted a file on our server. Turns out it was on the only drive that doesn't get backup up. The drive is NTFS.

I was trying to find out if there are any undelete utilities available.

Thanks
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Unless you have writing files to that server, one of these tools should help you:

File Scavenger - http://www.quetek.com/prod01.htm
Restorer2000 - http://www.bitmart.net/r2k.htm
Erase Undo - http://www.zdnet.com/downloads/stories/info/0,,0013OY,.html
Execsoft Undelete - http://www.execsoft.com/undelete/undelete.asp
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Try to use "EasyRecovery Professional Edition".
This is one of the best programs I have seen around.
You can find it on
http://www.ontrack.com/software/

Please install it on another drive to prevent losing the data you are looking for.
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Better late than never, thanks :)
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