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Posted on 2001-07-14
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I accidentally deleted a a group of files from a command prompt ("del *").  In DOS it used to be possible to UNDEL get them back.  does win2k have a similar command?  (note the deleted files do not appear in the recycle bin.)
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by:CrazyOne
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Umm I don't think there is but I wouldn't swear by it. :>)

I imagine you already know about these but just in case.

easy recovery at
www.ontrack.com

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dew_associates earned 100 total points
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Nietod, give this a try:

http://www.restorer2000.com/r2k.htm
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Well, I bought and downloaded the program and it found several deleted files.  Unfortunately not the ones that I needed.  :-(  Thanks anyways.
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Sorry about that. Unfortunately there's no DOS undel that will work on either a Fat32 or NTFS volume in Win2k.
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