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  1. It seems that if I accidently delete something within seconds of it ending up getting deleted, I try to recover it back, but unfortunately every time I do, I can't find it! I thought Recuva was a"file recovery program", but all it does is just ignore files that just get removed by the operating system and not "securely deleted". I work around with video a lot and sometimes I forget to change something and have to go back, but if the original video gets deleted and Recuva can't recover it back, it'd be useless.
  2. This happened one time only. It was a temporarily problem. Maybe I will need to run the program using the /debug switch to make sure?
  3. Event Type: Error Event Source: Application Error Event Category: None Event ID: 1000 Date: 11/1/2008 Time: 7:30:55 PM User: N/A Computer: LUNAR-ONE Description: Faulting application defraggler.exe, version, faulting module defraggler.exe, version, fault address 0x000901e0. For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp. Data: 0000: 41 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 Applicat 0008: 69 6f 6e 20 46 61 69 6c ion Fail 0010: 75 72 65 20 20 64 65 66 ure def 0018: 72 61 67 67 6c 65 72 2e raggler. 0020: 65 78 65 20 31 2e 34 2e exe 1.4. 0028: 30 2e 39 38 20 69 6e 20 0.98 in 0030: 64 65 66 72 61 67 67 6c defraggl 0038: 65 72 2e 65 78 65 20 31 er.exe 1 0040: 2e 34 2e 30 2e 39 38 20 .4.0.98 0048: 61 74 20 6f 66 66 73 65 at offse 0050: 74 20 30 30 30 39 30 31 t 000901 0058: 65 30 0d 0a e0..
  4. Is it safe to securely delete files that display as "[######].ext" in the scan analysis, or will this destroy existing files? ###### = any number from 000000 to 999999
  5. To defragment the registry must mean defragment the registry hive so that the system can access entries in the Registry faster? But since the system exclusively uses the Registry, some programs will have to be closed or the system has to be restarted for this process to take place.
  6. When files are compressed on the NTFS volume, Defraggler reports the true size of the files instead of the actual size that it takes up on the disk. Because later on during the defragmenting process it tries to move this big area of files, only to encounter that it has reached the end-of-file point laid out on the disk sooner than expected, and moves on to move the next file in line. This is exceptionally noticeable of large files, especially large text files whose sizes were about halved using drive-level compression.
  7. Would anyone care to explain why Recuva won't delete files in the MFT zone? If anything, why won't it remove the "directory entry" of the file that's been securely deleted through Recuva? After all, there is a setting that lets you hide securely-deleted files, but these files are still present especially after a rescan.
  8. Umm, unfortunately... The debug file is quite large, about 38.6 MB. Attaching this debug log is impossible. But then, I compressed the file into zip format and it worked quite well. The file attacher wouldn't handle 7z files, so I made that instead. It would have taken me up to 45 minutes to send off this debug file without compressing it. An update: This is definitely a bug in Defraggler. Even though I still saw the MFT region marked purple on the disk map, when I looked at it through another tool, such as O&O Defrag, I saw that the entire free-space region was completely covered in data! I'm trying my best and using all these other tools to help restore order and chaos before my next reboot...
  9. Windows sets aside free space for the Master File Table region for some reason, and if a file is written into that zone, the region shrinks, and then, the MFT records file will become fragmented. So why is Defraggler putting files in the MFT zone?!
  10. I was checking out the new Secure Deletion feature in Recuva and want to ask: Is it safe to securely erase deleted files whose recovery statuses report "Poor", "Very Poor" or "Unrecoverable"? Or would it destroy existing files occupying the cluster zone of where the file was?
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