Thread poster: Geneviève von Levetzow
in meiner unheimlichen Dusseligkeit (die Hitze bekommt mir wirklich nicht) habe ich eben meine wichtigste Access-Datenbank gelöscht – auch im Papierkorb – gibt es eine Möglichkeit sie noch zu finden? Die Suche nach *.tmp, *.temp, *.mdb war erfolglos.
BS: XP Home Edition; Office XP Professional.
Ich habe den Rechner danach nicht heruntergefahren oder neu gestartet.
PS: Die gebrannte Kopie bringt wenig, weil sie veraltet ist.
| File Scavenger || Aug 3, 2003 |
Check this shareware:
"File Scavenger is a file "undelete" and data recovery tool for Windows NT, 2000 and XP machines. The program can retrieve files you may have accidentally deleted, as long as the recovery is attempted before the data was overwritten by Windows. File Scavenger is especially effective at recovering files removed from the Recycle Bin."
[Edited at 2003-08-03 15:58]
| Danke Vesna... || Aug 3, 2003 |
... und auch an Samy für die direkte Mail-Hifle.
Ich habe zwar das Programm gekauft, leider ohne meine Daten wieder zu finden.
Ich muss mir eine andere Methode überlegen.
I have searched the XP help files, but without result that could serve as a solution to your problem form within.
At the website below I have found the following info:
"Windows XP doesn’t have a tool for recovering deleted files so you need to look at third party utility programs.
Products such as these are best installed before you need to restore a deleted file. This is because there is a chance that installing the product may overwrite the sectors containing part of the file to be restored. Alternatively, you can install the product on another system and move the affected hard disk as a second drive to that system."
"The reason why a user can undelete files that have been deleted or lost is because that file is not actually gone from the hard drive. When a user chooses to undelete files, it is only the pointer to that file that is deleted, not the file itself. The file appears to the user and the operating system to be gone, yet it still exist without it's pointer (presuming that the user or operating system has not overwritten the file and that the file has not been overwritten as the result of a disk wiping utility). A user can undelete files by using undelete software, which restores the pointer to that missing file. Once the user completes the undelete of files, the pointer is restored and again part of the file allocation table"
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