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Old 06-11-2011, 05:31 PM   #1
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Default How To Recover Permantly Deleted Files In Windows XP

In this guide I will show you How To Recover Permantly Deleted Files In Windows XP easily using our boot disk. There are a few things you will need

1 - Either our free boot disk here, Or our paid / premium boot disk (Recommended) from here
2 - A computer that is capable of booting to a CD-ROM

Put the boot disk in to your system and boot to it, It will load the main menu as shown below





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From the boot disks main menu select "Recover, Backup and Wipe Data" menu, then select UNERASER, then follow the prompts to recover your data.


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From the boot disks main menu select "Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery (Windows XP)" This program might take a few minutes to load. When the screen below loads select your operating system (Circled in red) then select your keyboard layout and Time Zone then click ok.





After you click on ok the program will load a desktop simular to "Windows XP" Click on the start button and select "System Tools" > "Disk Commander" Then follow the prompts to recover your files
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