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  1. yes... and the second paragraph and a few lines below that.. For this reason the support for this should be an option in settings... Explorer in Windows 7 64bit has no problem entering folder-structures that have many hundreds(only tested upto 1020chars, cause my filemanager seem to not support longer paths) of total chars, max length per single directory is 255chars it seems... Explorer in Windows XP 32bit complain about not finding the files/folders.... I could not have any of the Explorer versions create such a folder-structure though... The structure I tested with was: d:\1234567
  2. Sure it does... http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa...5).aspx#maxpath
  3. If the path length of the file to be restored is longer then 260 chars("X:\<256char path+filename><NUL>") you get the error "The system cannot find the path specified". A better error message would be "The length of the target path+filename exceeds 256 chars". Or even better, add support(option in advanced settings maybe?) in Recuva to support creation of path length of 32000(dont remeber exact length) chars("\\?\X:\<32000char path+filename>"). The reason for the settings option is preferable since the very long path isn't widely supported.
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