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Help? Can I recover a folder?


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Alias775

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Today I was busy deleting old folders, files and images.

I accidently deleted a VERY MUCH NEEDED FOLDER and I even already emptied the recycle bin!

I've heard there are still ways to recover them. Is that true?

If its remotely possible - prey do tell!

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Broni

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Try Recuva: http://www.piriform.com/recuva
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Hello,


Yes it is possible to recover your deleted files and folders, you can do so with the help of a data recovery software. Kernel for retrieve deleted files which will recover your deleted files and folders instantly and quickly. You can try it from - http://www.retrievedeletedfiles.net

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Lloyd_01

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Hi there,
If you have deleted a folder from your system, you can recover it easily with the help of Data Recovery Software. I recommend you to use Remo Recover (Windows) - Media Edition with which you can recover image, video and document files. Free to try version of the software allows you to check for the recovery results. Just download the trial version and get the picture of your recovery results.
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