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Can't open Users_Recovered Folder after a Partial Recovey

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Old 03-28-2009
Roza
 

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Can't open Users_Recovered Folder after a Partial Recovey

Hi to everyone here

I have a Problem in the recovered files

first I had a problem in the start up files so the laptop ask to do a
recovery
and I chose a partial Recovery ( was written that all ur files will be
recovered in the folder (Users_Recovered) in C Drive ( which I only have
) )
so I made that recovery

But when I tried to open the folder ... after asking me for a
permisions it didn't open ... Why?? ... I dont know

and from the size of the drive it shows that there is data stored ...
same used space before and after the recovery

What could be the problem ???

and if all the programs after the recovery is not working why their
folders is still appearing in Program Files??? and in the start menu ??
:sarc:

my Laptop:
Packard Bell
Limited Edition
Vista Home Premium 32Bit

Plz any help I need my files


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Old 03-29-2009
Roza
 

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Re: Can't open Users_Recovered Folder after a Partial Recovey

Thank You the Problem is solved
but I don't know how
after trying to recover my file using the program ( EasyRecovery
Professional )
and I find all my lost files ... before making a recovery I tried to
open (Users_Recovered) again and it opens without any problem and
without asking for a permision ...
anybody have an idea why??
before as I said it didn't open ... just empty folder and showing the
loading bar which didnt finish.....
but now it is like any normal folder

Why Vista is doing that... I'm good in dealing with XP ... but vista
trying to understand it yet ....

my Laptop:
Packard Bell
Limited Edition
Vista Home Premium 32Bit
Harddisk: 250 GB
RAM : 3062 MB
Processor : Intel core to duo CPU T8300 2.4 GHz

Thank You


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