moderated Re: Accessible File Recovery software

Dave Durber

Hello Glen:
I did what you suggested. I do not need to use a partition manager. There is nothing wrong with the hard drive on which the deleted files are located. I tried to use Recuva but, I did not find the program very user friendly. I managed to get the program to perform a scan on the particular hard drive, but the scan was inconclusive.
Do you have any further suggestions as to other programs I can try.
Thank you for any stggestions
Dave Durber

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: Accessible File Recovery software

There are good tools on the WinPe ISO.
Actually, if you have WinPe on a USB drive or a DVD, in the root there is a folder called "programs".
Copy that to your c: root and there are good file and partition recovery tools there that will run in your Windows, without booting to WinPe.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 9:19 AM
Subject: Accessible File Recovery software

Hello everyone:
The subject says it all. I accidentally deleted the contents of a folder on one of my hard drives. So, now, I am looking for file recovery software which is accessible using a screen reader, so I can try and recover the deleted files.
In the past, I have used File Scavenger, but I found it finiky to use. One of my difficulties was, recovering deleted files in a specific folder location.
I hou someone on the list can help.

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