asked on 13th Jun 2011 | 2 Answers | Answer It!
Don't worry. I'll tell you ways to recover the file(and any such files in the future). If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, you can use the 'Restore previous versions' option of windows. This will work if system protection for the drive is 'on'(which should be the case unless it was manually turned off) and if the system contains the shadow copy of the file. To do this:
- Right-click the folder that contained the file, and then click 'Restore previous versions'. For eg. if it was saved on the desktop and c drive is the primary partition, go to c:\users\ and right click the 'desktop' folder.
- On the window that pops up, select a date-time combination when the file was present in the folder and click 'restore'.
Warning: If a file or folder was saved after that date, you will lose it, so back up the data in the folder before you start.
If this does not work(or if you have XP), download and run a data recovery software from the internet.
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asked on 14th Aug 2011 | 1 Answer
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