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Old 04-07-2007, 10:37 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of any file recovery programs that can somehow tell you when you've deleted a file?

My KVM switch went crazy and as a result, I had two minutes of uncontrollable mouse activity that messed up my files and may have deleted some. Since I've got 15K of files on that disk, and there is no way I could remember all of them, and I was too lazy to catalogue the files, something that tells you when you've deleted a file would be a big help in accessing the damage.
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Old 04-07-2007, 11:55 PM   #2
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KVM switch?

HA you only have 15000 files?

my computer says i have 800,000!

anyway, sorry i dont know about your problem...
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:15 AM   #3
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Only 800,000 files? My main hard drive has 1,011,957.
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Joopson > 'KVM switch?'

KVM stands Keyboard Video Mouse. Its one of those switches that lets you switch between two different computers while sharing one set of periperals.

Joopson > 'HA you only have 15000 files?'

15k of user made files is by my standards (don't know about you guys) is a lot.
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no, i have 800,000, duh


anyway
mine only has 800,000 because i got it a month or two ago

so i think thats respectable
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:18 AM   #6
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Originally posted by Joopson
no, i have 800,000, duh


anyway
mine only has 800,000 because i got it a month or two ago

so i think thats respectable
And you didnÕt transfer all of your files from your old computer to the new one?
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nope,

and i actually did a scan, and im actually at 1,280,517

so yeah ^_^
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how do you find how many files you got or whatever? lol i wanna see if i can beat you big boys :p haha!
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Originally posted by marlonjohn
how do you find how many files you got or whatever? lol i wanna see if i can beat you big boys :p haha!
Open up your "My Computer" (PC), select everything, right-click, and select Properties.

Watch the counter go...

Mine's up to 130k files, in 1 mintue, and it's still goin'...>.<
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Allright, 195k, lol...
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DAM! ived only got around 60k lol ... my excuse is that this is my main small harddrive which is all sorted and there is no folder without anything in it. Other two harddrives arn't connected atm.

looks like im out of this competition :p haha!
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I guess my excuse is that I download so many bloody UT2004 maps, rofl XD

...anyway, let's get back to helping Architect, now shall we...
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Originally posted by Joopson
nope,

and i actually did a scan, and im actually at 1,280,517

so yeah ^_^
All 3 of my hard drives (on my main computer, which is the one IÕm on right now) together have 1,411,342 files. IÔm surprised that IÕm in the lead right now, casuse I always thought that PCs had way more files than a Mac!

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how do you find how many files you got or whatever? lol i wanna see if i can beat you big boys :p haha!
On a Mac, itÕs easy, just go to the Disk Utility.

lol, you PC users have to wait for it to tell you how many files there is?! :p
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mine is only for the main drive ^_^
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What is the point of this thread? To show how many files you have, and how much stuff youve got that you probably never use?

Architect - Sorry I dont know of a programme to that will tell you when it was deleted, unless you mean the recycle bin?? as thet tells you in the porperties the date that it was deleted but its probably not what your after.
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