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Bumbing up the thread I need some help but I have GREAT NEWS! :whistling:
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What is the state of play?
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What is the state of play?


What do you mean? :whistling:
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Bumbing up the thread I need some help


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OHHHH lol sorry.
I have that on the first page but I will put it here now. :whistling:

Ok, I have a second hard drive in my computer and I have been doing the PC INSPECTOR™ smart recovery system scan for TWO DAYS, just for my BMP pictures.

Is there anyway to make this go faster?

Also the program only supports these files:
.jpg, .amr, .tif, .bmp, .gif, Canon .crw , Fuji .raf , RICOH .raw, Olympus .orf (E-XX), Olympus .orf (C5050), Nokia 3gp, Kodak .dcr, Minolta .mrw, Nikon .nef (D1H/D1X), Nikon .nef (D2H/D2X), Nikon .nef (E5000/E5700), Sigma - Foveon .x3f, mp4, QuickTime .mov (Konica Minolta). Video files in .avi, QuickTime .mov format and audio files in .wav, .dss format can also be recovered.

I also need to get Word Documents, Notepad Documents, Wordpad Documents, I also have pictures in JPEG files as well. Is it the same as JPG?

The videos I made and I want to get back are actually named .AVI so this is perfect! The rest I can just reupload from my DVDs. However I am worried about the other files I listed above.

So anyone else can help please let me know!
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Did ya see it?
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How is PC Inspector doing now?

Finished?
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Caveat Emptor on this software. I say this only because i have not found a use for it so far. Other methods i have used have been successful in getting data from drives.

http://www.woundedmo...erescue19d.html

This software has morphed into File Recovery Pro.

http://www.lc-tech.com/

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Did ya see it?


I recovered only a few pictures. :whistling:
I scanned both BMP GIF JPG and I have a lot of files in JPEG, MS word .doc, text files, word files, AVI files, MPG files. :blink:

Anything free I can use?
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Which ones have you used so far?
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Suggest you use BadCopyPro in some fashion or another...or RStudio...not free, but maybe someone will lone you a copy for this one-off need... Oh, and "ACTIVE" has a full range of recovery software...

Edited by b1caez01, 29 November 2006 - 10:47 PM.

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