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HOw can I undelete files that are deleted by "rm -d -f -r" in Windows Command console

Posted on 2008-10-27
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We are using the ClearCase for Windows for code version tracking.
I was rying to get ride of view private files and I use the Windows comand console to fins all private fiels and then I use teh "rm" to delete them:
1. ct ls -r -view_only > view_private_elements.bat
2. open the file in VS and add "rm -d -f -r" at the begining of all files.
3. run the baych file
Now I need the files and I wonder how I cam undeleet them (mostly C# fiels .cs)

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Michael Pfister earned 2000 total points
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I assume you have no current   backup to restore.

http://www.pcinspector.de/Sites/file_recovery/info.htm?language=1

Try NOT to install to the disk that has the deleted files on it. The results depend on how much write activity has been on the disk in the meantime.
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