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    Question How To Find The Lost Ones?

    Recently I found a software that talked of riping files clean of my system.....i.e. shredding the files using some special algo. and stuff like that.....

    now Forget about that software ......How can i retreive a file once dleted from my system completly.......same for fies on floppy too??

    Is there a s/w that can easily do so?

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    Question How To Find The Lost Ones?

    Recently I found a software that talked of riping files clean of my system.....i.e. shredding the files using some special algo. and stuff like that.....

    now Forget about that software ......How can i retreive a file once dleted from my system completly.......same for fies on floppy too??

    Is there a s/w that can easily do so?

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    See this thread - http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=220150 - it is exactly what you are talking about.

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    When we don\'t understand, we turn to our assumptions.\"
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    See this thread - http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=220150 - it is exactly what you are talking about.

    Greg
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    What they don\'t understand.
    When we don\'t understand, we turn to our assumptions.\"
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    The Above post talks only aboutb the s/w solutrions...what i wanted was basically the hard core technical details ......basicaly how to go about coding in c++ to do the job or some other stuff...which is not so kidish.......????
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    Is there a s/w that can easily do so?
    You asked for s/w solutions. You didn't say you wanted technical detals.

    Basically, what happens is you use a disk block reader, which reads every sector of you hard drive, even ones that are "empty". You then have to rebuild each of those sectors. What you would have to do, is write a program that reads a bunch of sectors, then rebuilds them. The hard part is rebuilding, because files get fragmented, so you don't know if two sectors in a row are parts of the same file or different files.
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