I just shift-deleted some important pdf-files from my dual-boot system. The files were originally on Windows drive, but I deleted them from Ubuntu.
I just used Foremost to recover, but it returns more than 1000 files, with numbered-names.
When a file is deleted from your computer it is not really deleted. it still exists and it’s possible to recover even if you empty the trash. In this video I demonstrate deleting files and recovering them using Testdisk (Photorec) in Ubuntu. - This will work as long as the space where those files are [...]
I have an NTFS truecrypt system volume with a large number of recently deleted files. It was not used much after the files were deleted (maybe an hour). I've mounted it through truecrypt on another system and I'm trying to recover what I can.
I had some video files that were organized into several sub directories inside of a single folder. I had accidentally deleted the entire folder and I am looking for ways in which I can recover them. Is there a way to do so but without getting the files back under a completely different name (many forensic carving tools have been doing that).
In many cases, you sometimes delete files from your computer. But, in the future you may need those data back again. In this case you will need Active@ Undelete software. This powerful date recovery software can recovery any deleted files and recover deleted partitions as well.
Undelete for Android is an application for root users that allows you to recover any type of deleted file from your SD card or internal storage. With support for over 1000 file types, Undelete can come in handy if you accidentally delete photos or want some old tunes to listen to.
I'm working on Ubuntu 13.04. yesterday from a Windows 7 partition, I accidentally deleted many files. I deleted by pressing shift-del.
Is there any way to know the name of the files that got deleted? If I'm able to get the names, I will make out how important the files are? If they are important I will try to recover or else I won't try.