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    I am very impressed with this program. I was unable to download, or for that matter see some irreplaceable pictures from my camera's memory card. I got what few I could get and then deleted everything on the card. I then remembered about Recuva and ran it. It recovered all my pictures, even the ones deleted and supposedly damaged.
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    Thanks for letting us all know of your success Canuck.

    We know what to do if we also have the same problem as you did.

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    which operating system was this with?

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    XP Home SP3 .


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    Recuva is brilliant.
    I accidentally deleted holiday photographs from my pc but Recuva recovered them!

    Question: I was amazed at the huge number of "deleted" files on the hard drive - dispite running Cclean regulary. Do they slow the computer? If so how can I get rid of them completely?

    Thanks again.

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    Question: I was amazed at the huge number of "deleted" files on the hard drive - dispite running Cclean regulary. Do they slow the computer? If so how can I get rid of them completely?
    I don't think they will slow down the PC, run a defragmentation program every now and then, that will at least bunch them (as it does for all data).


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    Ok. I'll do that.