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"Wits End" <Wits End@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Is there anyway you can recover items that were deleted straight away as
> were too big for the recycle bin?
> Please say yes.
You could restore a previous version. I believe you need to right-click the
folder that contained the item and then click Restore Previous Versions.
This will show files that were in the past shadow copy but have been deleted
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"Richard G. Harper" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> No, probably not. There is software that can attempt recovery but if the
> computer has continued to be used during the time since the deletion the
> file may be gone forever.
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> "Wits End" <Wits End@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> Is there anyway you can recover items that were deleted straight away as
>> were too big for the recycle bin?
>> Please say yes.