Deleted *.TIB file recovery application

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  1. aresler

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    A thread from the past with new actuallty for me:

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    Deleted File Recovery Application?

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    Can anyone recommend a deleted file recovery application for XP Pro, I want to try and recover .tib files so that I can have a full restore.

    Thanks for any help. Riley


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    #2 January 25th, 2007, 09:25 PM
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    Re: Deleted File Recovery Application?

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    Can anyone recommend a deleted file recovery application for XP Pro, I want to try and recover .tib files so that I can have a full restore.

    Thanks for any help. Riley


    R-Studio has worked well for me in the past. The trial will scan your disks as normal (recovery is partially disabled) so you will be able to see if it is any use without coughing up any money.

    http://www.data-recovery-software.net/

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    #3 January 25th, 2007, 09:55 PM
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    This freebie has worked well for me on numerous occasions, primarily to get back .jpg files from camera cards and the like.

    http://www.snapfiles.com/get/restoration.html


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    #4 January 25th, 2007, 10:00 PM
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    Agreed, Restoration has been good to me, not only for file recovery, but free space deletion. I like the fact that it is a small program that does not run any background processes and does not call home.

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    I tried to recover a .TIB file of 17 GB, accidentally deleted by me, with those programs:
    Undelete Plus, PC Inspector File Recovery. After those did not succeed to find my *.tib file I tried also a very recommanded program: File Scavenger. It did not succeed to find the file, too.
    I phoned File Scavenger support and they told me that it is very difficult to locate a deleted backup file.
    I am going to try R-Studio utilities. It will be a great help for me to hear from any one else who succeed to recover an archive TIB file…….
     
  2. Ray Clare

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    Unless there had been no disk use from time of deletion to recovery, I would strongly discourage trying to recover TIB files. A few missing bytes in a jpg may mar the photo a bit, but a few missing bit in your operating system can be disaster!

    Even installing and running the recovery software may well be the action that overwrites a part of your tib file.

    If you have nothing else, it may be worth the try, but expect to reload the system from scratch.
     
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    Thanks,
    I thing you are right. I am going to install the system again.
     
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