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dantheman1975

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I'm pretty computer savvy, but I recently lost 99 gig of family pictures and video on my secondary back up drive. All the files are still. The reason I know this is 1. the files are still accessable from programs on another comp when I have networked the two computers; 2. my screen saver is a slide show of pictures that have beenm lost and it still works fine (shows all the lost pics). I went into dos and searched for the files, and it told me the sub directory is empty (0 kb). So, I downloaded "free" ware from Vurtual Lab and it found all the files as well, but wantes to charge me $100 just to recover the files. I'd be mnore than willing to donate to this cause, than to make a company wealthier than I.

If anyone has any advise, I'd GREATLY appriciate it!

Dan
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http://www.pcinspect.../uk/welcome.htm

try that one
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Thanks for the link. It's taking a while; but I'm more than happy to wait to save my sons' first steps on video.

I'll keep you updated when the program finishes.

Thanks again.
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