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  1. I stupidly moved instead of copied about 50 GB of videos and documents to an external hard drive. Everything was in one folder and I just moved it and went away from the computer for an hour or so figuring it would take a while. When I tried to look and make sure everything went alright some things opened up fine and others didn't respond at all and seemed to lock everything down. So I tried moving them back to the computer hard drive with similar results. I posted about this a week or so ago but since then have had some luck getting back about 20 GB by moving them back to the computer hard dr
  2. As more and more information moves to the PC, being able to recover files which have become corrupted or deleted by accident is important. Here's a quick list of options for recovering data. The list doesn't display a recommendation in any specific format1. Bitwar Data Recovery:Bitwar Data Recovery tool is a quite handy and intuitive tool. Once you launch the software it scans your entire system and detects the recently deleted files. The tool then lists down all those files (red color) giving you an option to restore them if you want. All you need to do is select the file, right click o
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