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  1. Thanks for prompt reply. As I posted on the Suggestions forum, I figured this out (file selection). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ "Well I figured it out finally. While I still don't know the viability of the Documentation, I learned how to make quick work of selecting recoverable files. 1. Click on 'Filename' on the top left, this will check ALL discovered files. 2. Sort by 'State'- Click on 'State' 'Excellent' files will be on top (if not click on State again). scroll down to the next 'state'
  2. Well I figured it out finally. While I still don't know the viability of the Documentation, I learned how to make quick work of selecting recoverable files. 1. Click on 'Filename' on the top left, this will check ALL discovered files. 2. Sort by 'State'- Click on 'State' 'Excellent' files will be on top (if not click on State again). scroll down to the next 'state', which will be 'Poor', then 'Very Poor', then 'Unrecoverable' 3. Highlight all files from the first 'poor', to the bottom of the list, right click and select 'Uncheck Highlighted'. This will remove the checks from the bad fi
  3. In review of the Recuva Documentation site and information on using the program, a direction noted causes some concern. Under the Technical Information page, discussing file deletion, I see this: "(C:\$Recycle.Bin for Windows Vista, C:\recycler for Windows 2000, NT, and XP, or C:\recycled for Windows 98)." There is no reference to ANY OS since Win Vista, i.e., Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Home Server 2011 Windows Thin PC Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 Windows 10 Windows Server 2016 While I assume that the 'check for updates' option does in fact insure that the la
  4. I spent an hour filling out a support ticket with the below concerns (similar to this one) only to find that as a TRIAL version user, I have no account, therefore cannot sign in nor submit a ticket, so I will post it here, in hopes of getting a response. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ In review of the Recuva Documentation site and information on using the program, a direction noted causes some concern. Under the Technical Information page, discussing file deletion, I see t
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