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I have a MacBook Pro being backed up by a Time Capsule that I have been using for a little over a year.  The current backup is 120 GB leaving 800+GB free space.  Somehow, I/it rewrote the backup going only back to March 26, 2012.   I need deleted images from January 2012.

Apple says they are gone.
My thought is "Wouldn't they still be there until space is needed on that disk?"

Can you think of any way to retrieve these images?
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Nope, if they're not backed up or were deleted after a backup recycle, they're gone...

Sorry..
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