Re: Re: How to get the links int the left hand side of the screen after deleting them
On Wed, 1 Jul 2009 23:59:05 +0530, neelu9 <neelu9.3untfa@DoNotSpam.com>
>> On Tue, 30 Jun 2009 15:07:23 -0500, neelu9 <email@example.com>
>> >I have deleted all the files in the recently changed folder which is
>> >searches link on the left hand side of my laptop.I deleted them from
>> >recyclebin also.
>> >After that i have deleted everywhere folder in the searches but i
>> >restored it again.
>> >now i didnt find any recent pictures and recent updates.the folders
>> >remain but the content is deleted.I want to restore them.
>> >the favourite links are also empty.i need my system as before.
>> The deletions probably exceeded the limited capacity of the recycle
>> which would explain why restoration was incomplete.
>> I would stop using the PC immediately to avoid overwriting what's
>> Then I would take the PC (or just the hard drive) to a spe******t in
>> recovery. After that, you may need to reinstall your applications.
>> say that because you have no way of knowing exactly which of their
>> were deleted.
>> I can't imagine what you were trying to accomplish by deleting the
>> "everywhere" results. And please, from now on, make backups of all
>> pictures and documents!
>> Doug M. in NJ
>Actually i thought there are so many files in recently changed folder
>which utilizes so much disk space.so i deleted them and even deleted
>from recycle bin.i dont know if i delete that folder the actual file
>will get deleted.I thought in the same manner for everywhere search
>also.At that time i recognized the actual files are deleted.so again i
>restored it.Now i need my laptop as before.i need my recent files even.
>Please help me out.
I've already suggested what I think you should do to recover your
documents and pictures: your best bet is to send the laptop to a firm that
specializes in file recovery. Do nothing on the laptop before that! You
can find such firms on Google (but use someone else's PC). The
alternative is to purchase recovery software and try to recover your files
yourself, but unless you know what you are doing, the results are unlikely
to be good. You will be better off using a professional who does file
recovery every day.
After that, if your user folders still have problems, you could create a
new user profile for yourself and then copy the remaining documents and
pictures (and any recovered ones) to the new profile. Then you could
delete the old profile.
Doug M. in NJ