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About Yorkshireman

  • Birthday 22/05/1990

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    I enjoy managing websites, going out to Meadowhall, to the cinema and Hollywood Bowl with friends ...in addition to:<br />? Meeting new people<br />? Chatting/Playing games on Windows Live Messenger<br />? Playing on the computer<br />? Swimming<br />? Biking<br />? Some simple HTML/CSS web-design
  1. Well they are, for example, images that you would find in temporary Internet files left by IE ...which are meant to be securely deleted by CCleaner. Some have logical names and they are of a .gif or .jpg format.
  2. Using CCleaner. I don't use the recycle bin. Deep scan. I can actually retrieve the files, it's not just displaying the files I can actually view and recover them. Pardon? If I have interrupted that correctly (that I am not from Yorkshire) then you're wrong. I am, I'm from Yorkshire, but I have moved to Derbyshire recently--so that's from Yorkshire but living in Derbyshire. However, if I have interpreted that incorrectly I do apologise. Indeed. Anyway, so can anyone explain why them files that should have been securely deleted have managed to appear again?
  3. OK, so I run CCleaner each time I want to clear my browsers memory (including Firefox 3.0.5 and occasionally Internet Explorer 7) because I was under the assumption that the data would be secure deleted (with selecting Gutmann (35 Passes) in the options). However, I not long ago ran Recuva and it was able to recover files that should have been deleted by CCleaner yesterday. What's going on?
  4. I know. I'm just embarrassed that I didn't suggest it. It wasn't long ago that I learnt about that (so it should be fresh in my memory).
  5. I wish everyone a Happy New Year.
  6. I was suggested to use DBAN but I tried installing it to my USB Flash Drive and it came up with an odd error (was a little error window, totally blank). So I skipped it and used Seagates own software.
  7. It's not 2009 and still no reply, what kind of service are you running here? Jokes aside though ...bump... I'd really like this resolved so any suggestions are welcomed.
  8. Sorry, I am sure there are many topics of this kind, however, my searching skills are useless and I've discovered nothing so... here it goes... My friend is a complete noOb so I am doing this for her. So, my friend recently got a HP Photosmart M517 camera and she used Photoshop to copy her files and an option on there was: 'Delete after upload' and she stupidly ticked it. Unfortunately, the photos didn't all transfer (something happened) so I suggested this program to recover the files. Unfortunately though, it would appear that Recuva doesn't detect the camera in either the drop-down menu on the main window or in the list using the wizard. She has the drivers and all the HP software (from their website to do with this camera) installed and yet Recuva doesn't detect it. My Computer does detect it and she can easily browse it. Does anyone have any suggestions/fixes? Edit: This is a screen shot of the debug/error file.
  9. Merry, belated, Christmas to all. My Christmas wasn't too bad I suppose. My mum did try, bless her, but it just hasn't been the same for me in ages; I believe I have lost the Christmas spirit. As for what I got: a cool stylish black jacket, a t-shirt, a shirt, jeans, some Adidas shower gel and spray, money, two DVDs: 'Michael McIntyre Live and Laughing' and 'Lee Evans Big - at O2 Arena', and chocolate; loads of it.
  10. I guess so. It is a cool logo nonetheless.
  11. Merry Christmas to all. Hope we all have a good'en.
  12. I too have the same combination as you: Windows firewall + avast! Home Edition. I didn't actually know Windows firewall is just an inbound firewall, I guess it makes sense now. However, it still doesn't notify me of inbound connections on ports outside 80.
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