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MSE has removed some files I did not want removed. How do I recover them? They show 'removed' under the history tab.

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If the files were deleted from quarantine they cannot be restored. If the files are in quarantine open MSE>History, select Quarantined items< select the file you wish to restore and select the restore button at the bottom of the window.
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If they were deleted, you could use any data recovery tool and there are some free ones like "Pandora".
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