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Accidental DirRemoved the wrong folder

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Maffe811

Is it deleted into the void?
Because i can't find it in my trash bin.

Any help/suggestions where i can find my deleted folders/files will be appriciated.
Im allready running a recuvva scan.


[font="helvetica, arial, sans-serif"]Hobby graphics artist, using gimp.Automating pc stuff, using AutoIt.Listening to music, using Grooveshark.[/font]Scripts:[spoiler]Simple ScreenshotSaves you alot of trouble when taking a screenshot!Don't remember what happened with this, but aperantly the exe is all i got.If you don't want to run it, simply don't._IsRun UDFIt figures out if the script has ben ran before based on the info in a ini file.If you don't want to use exactly what i wrote, you can use it as inspiration.[/spoiler]

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JLogan3o13

If you're on WIN7, you may be able to use Restore Previous version. Browse to the parent directory, right click on it, and choose restore previous version.

Ex: I DirRemove(@DesktopDir & "TestRestore")

I then browse to C:UsersMe and right click on Desktop. Under Restore Previous version, I should see a relatively new snapshot of the directory. You can then restore to that point in time.

 

Edit: If you are on XP you are, as we say, SOL unless you have some other backup process running. :)

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√-1 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!

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Maffe811

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! 
That worked perfectly! 
Thank you! :D

 


[font="helvetica, arial, sans-serif"]Hobby graphics artist, using gimp.Automating pc stuff, using AutoIt.Listening to music, using Grooveshark.[/font]Scripts:[spoiler]Simple ScreenshotSaves you alot of trouble when taking a screenshot!Don't remember what happened with this, but aperantly the exe is all i got.If you don't want to run it, simply don't._IsRun UDFIt figures out if the script has ben ran before based on the info in a ini file.If you don't want to use exactly what i wrote, you can use it as inspiration.[/spoiler]

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JLogan3o13

Glad to be of service :)


√-1 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!

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