Trash Bin Recovery


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It was stupid of me, but in my mistake, I deleted numerous songs from the
trash bin because the pc was so slow in performing a "delete to trash bin",
and I thought purging the bin would help speed that up (which it did not).
I realize NOW that I should have kept them and directed those songs to a
folder and zipped them.

Is there ANY way to recover items deleted from the trash bin ... or are they
floating somewhere in cyber space ?

Any help anyone can provide will be greatly appreciated.
 
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It was stupid of me, but in my mistake, I deleted numerous
songs from the trash bin because the pc was so slow in
performing a "delete to trash bin", and I thought purging
the bin would help speed that up (which it did not). I
realize NOW that I should have kept them and directed those
songs to a folder and zipped them.

Is there ANY way to recover items deleted from the trash bin
... or are they floating somewhere in cyber space ?

Any help anyone can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Try this program,

Restoration version 3.2.13
http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/windows/Restoration-Review-41869.shtml

Good luck

Nepatsfan
 
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Ken Blake, MVP

-- 25or6to4 -- said:
It was stupid of me, but in my mistake, I deleted numerous songs from
the trash bin because the pc was so slow in performing a "delete to
trash bin", and I thought purging the bin would help speed that up
(which it did not). I realize NOW that I should have kept them and
directed those songs to a folder and zipped them.

Is there ANY way to recover items deleted from the trash bin ... or
are they floating somewhere in cyber space ?

"Deleting" a file doesn't actually delete it; it just marks the space as
available to be used. There are third-party programs that can sometimes
recover deleted files. The problem is that the space used by the file is
likely to become overwritten very quickly, and this makes the file
unrecoverable.

So your chances of successfully recovering this file are decent if you try
recovering it immediately after deleting it, and rapidly go downhill from
there. If you've been using the computer since then (for example to write
this question and read this answer), your chances are probably very poor by
now.

But if the file is important enough, it's worth a try anyway. Stop using the
computer in question immediately, if you haven't done so already. Download
an undelete program (here's one:
http://www3.telus.net/mikebike/RESTORATION.html but there are several others
to choose from; do a Google search) on a friend's computer and bring it to
yours on a floppy to try.

If this fails, your only other recourse is to take the drive to a
professional file recovery company. This kind of service is very expensive
and may or may not work in your case.
 
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=?Utf-8?B?LS0gMjVvcjZ0bzQgLS0=?= said:
It was stupid of me, but in my mistake, I deleted numerous songs from the
trash bin because the pc was so slow in performing a "delete to trash bin",
and I thought purging the bin would help speed that up (which it did not).
I realize NOW that I should have kept them and directed those songs to a
folder and zipped them.

Is there ANY way to recover items deleted from the trash bin ... or are they
floating somewhere in cyber space ?

Any help anyone can provide will be greatly appreciated.
You can recover deleted songs from trash bin with trash recovery software. The software makes use of the advanced search algorithms to scan and to recover the deleted trash files. Any one can easily use it because of its simple interface.
 
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If you deleted songs from trash by mistake then it is not a big issue. You can easily restore it if you have a back up of all the deleted songs. If back up is not present then it became a topic of thinking because now you have to take help of third party application that helps you to restore your deleted song from trash. If you use demo versions then you can only preview the deleted items. If you want to save those songs then you have to purchase the licensed version. May be this site is beneficial for you http://www.Recovertrashmac.org
 

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