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Posted on 2004-09-19
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Dear sir

  i wand to udelete my drive D:\ witch is my second partition, i deleted all the files in it with shift+delete   so what to do.

i tryied (Stellar Phoenix FAT & NTFS) and final data put i cant see all my deleted files so what to do.

please advice
thank you
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There is a huge list of data recovery software here
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/Q_20778366.html

I like either GetDataBack or restorer2000 pro both have served me well in the past.
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These work because when you use Shift + delete, the actual files are not removed, they just have a tab added at the start that tells windows not to show them at all... all you need is a program to look through all the "deleted" files and remove all these tags.

Hope this helps

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