Jump to content
CCleaner Community Forums

EmeraldLights15

Members
  • Content Count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About EmeraldLights15

  • Rank
    Newbie
  1. I figured it out for myself. Here is the procedure to use when the recovered item wants to open in the "wrong" software program after being found with a Recuva scan. As in As a Word docx rather than an Open Office odt extensions. When the Recuva scan is complete Select the documents or other items that are likely to be what you are trying to recover Recover them to a new folder on the desk top Open the new folder, if your recovered items are there Starting at the bottom of the document, highlight each recovered file to highlight it for the most recent and most complete
  2. Today I was distracted and hit delete when I aught to have hit save as for a new file name. Open Office, which I am currently using because my MS Office subscription could not be paid, is an odf file extension. When Recuva finds the docs, previously saved versions I'm guessing, and I have them sent to a folder on the desk top, they all present at Word documents, which won't open, rather than the Open Office documents, which will open. I spent 3 hours creating that document. After changing the file name I hit delete rather than save as. It must be recovered. Please help me "get
  3. Today I was distracted and hit delete when I aught to have hit save as for a new file name. Open Office, which I am currently using because my MS Office subscription could not be paid, is an odf file extension. When Recuva finds the docs, previously saved versions I'm guessing, and I have them sent to a folder on the desk top, they all present at Word documents, which won't open, rather than the Open Office documents, which will open. I spent 3 hours creating that document. After changing the file name I hit delete rather than save as. It must be recovered. Please help me "get
×
×
  • Create New...