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Msaada: Nimefuta data kwenye recycle bin

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Elimu (Education Forum)' started by Paul Kijoka, Jun 30, 2011.

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    Paul Kijoka JF-Expert Member

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    Ndu zangu, nimefuta data zangu toka kwenye computer tena kwenye recycle bin! Naweza kuzirudisha vip wakuu? Nahitaji msaada wenu wa nguvu kwangu
     
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    Nimesahau kidogo ngoja wadau wa IT waje....i think kuna software inapatikana google nitakuja na jibu muda si mrefu.
     
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    Nasubiri mkuu. Nimeshachanganyikiwa ndg yangu.
     
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    [h=5]Chance of Restore deleted files after emptied the Recycle Bin[/h]Now, what happens if you empty the Recycle Bin? Surely that's the end of the file's existence? To all appearances, yes. The file will appear to have been completely annihilated. But that's only because Microsoft reckons once you have deleted a file and emptied the Recycle Bin, you and the file have had enough chances. But with an undelete utility there's a good chance you can resotre deleted files yet again for its third life. It's a good news for those of us whose fingers work faster than our brains.

    The Recyle Bin may be a marvel but it does have its limits. For starters, the Recycle Bin doesn't catch every file you deleted. All files deleted from the desktop or Windows Explorer end up there, as do files deleted from within compliant programs. Files deleted at the DOS prompt bypass the Recycle Bin, any files you delete from removeable media such as floppy disk, ZIP disk or USB Storage Device, and files deleted from compressed folders.

    What's a 'compliant' program? You'll find most reputable commercial programs are compliant. That is, if you delete a file from within one of these programs it will be sent straight to the Recycle Bin, from which you can restore it if you need to. The way to check whether a program is compliant is to try deleting a test file, and then look for it in the Recycle Bin, so you can Restore the deleted files.

    [h=5]Why files don't disappear?[/h]So, what's going on? How is it you can delete a file and yet it remains on your disk? Let's start by looking at what happens when you delete a file and it's placed in the Recycle Bin.

    In fact, the file is not moved to the Recycle Bin at all. Instead, the file stay in the same place but its directory entry is removed and placed in a hidden folder called Recycled.The file is renamed. The original name and location of the file are stored in a hidden index file, called INFO2, located in the Recycled folder. When you open the Recycle Bin, click a file and choose Restore, the original path is read from the INFO file, the file is renamed and its directory entry restored.

    [h=5]Delete files Bypassing the Recycle Bin[/h]To delete a file without sending it to the Recycle Bin, select the file and then press Shift+Del(that is, hold down the Shift key and press the Del key). You'll be asked whether you're sure you want to delete the file. Click Yes. This is a good way to ensure sensitive files don't remain lurking in the Recycle Bin, but to completely erase all traces of a file you should use a third-party eraser utility.

    [h=5]Resotre deleted files[/h]Unfortunately, at present the job of recovering the file is beyond Windows. But it's not beyond the abilities of numerous third-party undelete utilities

    There is a good utility, That's File Recovery Assist. If you need to restore deleted files, you can download File Recovery Assist. Please attention, you can't placed it or install it into the hard drive where the lost file is located, else you may overwrite it's contents.

    Source: sondle.com
     
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    Therefore that is to say I cant restore the files! Do! Yaani nimefuta picha zangu nyingi unknowingly and not that "for us whose fingers work faster than our brains."
     
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