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How to restore accidentally deleted TV recording

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Old 04-18-2007
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How to restore accidentally deleted TV recording
Hi,
I accidentally deleted a TV recording from Windows Media Center. Where
might I find that, if anywhere. It's not in the recycle bin. Thanks!
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Re: How to restore accidentally deleted TV recording
If it's not in the bin then don't save any more information to that drive as
you run the risk of recording on top of it.
Search for a free/trial file recovery programme, download it to another
drive and install it. Then use it to search and reinstate the file.

If you have saved files to the drive it may well be too late now.

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> Hi,
> I accidentally deleted a TV recording from Windows Media Center. Where
> might I find that, if anywhere. It's not in the recycle bin. Thanks!



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Re: How to restore accidentally deleted TV recording
Thank you!

"Graham Hughes" wrote:

> If it's not in the bin then don't save any more information to that drive as
> you run the risk of recording on top of it.
> Search for a free/trial file recovery programme, download it to another
> drive and install it. Then use it to search and reinstate the file.
>
> If you have saved files to the drive it may well be too late now.
>
> --
>
> Graham Hughes
> MVP Digital Media
> www.myvideoproblems.com
>
>
> "Jukie" <Jukie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:E6C2EC3C-AC96-40F1-B607-0D00D30AD0F4@microsoft.com...
> > Hi,
> > I accidentally deleted a TV recording from Windows Media Center. Where
> > might I find that, if anywhere. It's not in the recycle bin. Thanks!

>
>
>

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