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Help Me! I deleted files accidently and I want them back!


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rayray0388

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First timer here...Hi I'm Ray and I NEED HELP!!!! I just bought and downloaded some mp3 files from digital Amazon.com and not knowingly I sent them to the recycle bin and ummmm hit "empty recycle bin and yes" Please tell me they are gone for good...I really cant afford to purchase and download again...somebody please help me...i know i'm an idiot i dont need to be reminded...please help...please
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happyrock

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Hi rayray0388 ... :D ..:D
try Recuva from here..have it look for .mp3..
when you delete files they are not really gone ...just the index is marked letting windows know it OK to write to that area...
so download it to a different computer and put it on a cd or usb flash drive...the more you download to or even use your computer the less you will get back

nojoy
if you bought the music from amazon recently they sometimes let you redownload them...worth asking
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rayray0388

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Ya its not that simple...the file isnt sitting in my recycle bin right now cuz I ummm hit the button to send them bye bye...i emptied the recycle bin
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try Recuva from here..have it look for .mp3..
when you delete files they are not really gone ...just the index is marked letting windows know it OK to write to that area...
so download it to a different computer and put it on a cd or usb flash drive...the more you download to or even use your computer the less you will get back

nojoy
if you bought the music from amazon recently they sometimes let you redownload them...worth asking
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