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Posted on Jul 21, 2010 in PC Maintenance, Troubleshoot Windows | 0 comments

NTFS Undelete tutorial 2 – Undeleting files

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In this video tutorial, we are going to perform a Windows undelete operation with NTFS Undelete. As stated in the previous tutorial, you should use the bootable CD version of the software if your deleted file is on your system drive. In the video example the file is located on a separate hard drive and so can safely be recovered using the Windows version of the software.

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NTFS Undelete is suitable for recovering files accidentally deleted from hard drives, memory cards and USB thumb/stick drives. It will not work with devices such as network attached storage drives however.

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