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One of my staff is transferring her files to the server and she did an cut and paste from her computer to the server. Somehow, she filled up the disk space on the server and it crash. Is there anyway to recover her cute and paste files from her computer? she is running windows xp pro on her computer. I can't recovered the server. Please help!
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It's possible only using file recovering tools. Maybe you can try this: http://ntfsundelete.com/
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if there is no backup of the files you will have to try the undelete option, most files that she copy over should be on the server's storage. is the server now operational or is it offline?
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No, the windows is not coming up. It says <windows root>\system32\ntoskrnl.exe is missing or bad. Need to reinstall a copy of the above file. I tried to recover from the windows server 2003 CD's but it didn't work. The server is running raid 0.

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do you have another operational windows server 2003 that you could copy the file over to the location and try to get it up and running at least to retrieve the files first?
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