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How do I undo deletion of Flash cookies in Chrome?

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TharosTheDragon

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Help! I deleted all my Flash cookies in Chrome by accident. Is there any way to get them back?

 

I cleared my browsing data and checked the box that said cookies, but usually that doesn't include Flash cookies (local shared objects). So I lost all the saved data in all the Flash games I've played. Does anyone know how to fix this?


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Hi TharosTheDragon :)

Sadly, I don't think you can do a such thing. When you delete something on a drive, you must be ready to accept the fact that it's gone forever. Of course you could try restoring these cookies via data recovery programs, such as Recuva, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard or GetDataBackNTFS, however none of these guarantee that they'll find anything back, nor restore everything they find. What could help you however is use these programs to search the location where these Flash cookies were located for better recovery chances.
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I guess it is not possible to recover your deleted data.


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It's possible, but it really depends on a lot of things, which makes it a "situationnal" thing.
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