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    i want to recover erased files

    Can anyone help i'm having difficulties................I erased file from my hard drive......but the problems are that i really need those files i need some type of software to restore those files back.....if you can help me please do i really need those files........the files are pictures that i have of me and my family and that is all i got tanxx.....................
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    [shameless self plug] check out this tutorial [/shameless self plug]

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    Greetings,

    You can use Active@ Undelete recover software to restore erased data. It posses some really powerful recover methods and advanced functions. It supports Windows and DOS OS types, many file systems and HDD configurations. It is your best chance to recover, so head on to http://www.active-undelete.com/ immediately.
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    please check for a 'flashing' date BEFORE you post.
    It indicates a thread that is 'out of date'
    If you have something to add to the thread, then feel free to post.
    but, if you are just adding advice to a thread that is over a year old .............

    the OP will have sorted or lost his data by now, your addition reads like an advert ??

    please learn to check FIRST

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    Hi,

    the solution for your problem is Active@ undelete. This tool works great and it's restore algorithm is awesome indeed. I can say it was always able to restore files I lost. Just amazing tool. Recommended!
    http://www.active-undelete.com/
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