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just to be sure (after 24 hours, 21 views and no replies) the issue described is a recuva software failure problem

 

anyone else have this problem?

 

anyone have any insights on a solution?

 

thx

s

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Can you tell me if you get the same result on all files or is it just that particular one?

 

 

on several files (each one i have tried)

 

 

 

and here is my PM response:

 

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thanks

 

so i re-ran the scan with the new test 1.03.10 prog and had weird results - it showed all of my previously excellent recoverable files overwritten by a "bad cluster" - i thought that was unlikely, but decided to make a copy of a good file "MadMoney-594619-0.mpg" - and code it with XXX at front and end to be sure it was the same file - i deleted it from trash and then ran recuva - sure enough it showed it as also being overwritten by a bad cluster - (see attached recuva2.jpg)

 

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now i did nothing between deleting the copy file and running the new recuva version, so bad cluster overwrite is very unlikely

 

i also ran a windows scan for bad clusters on my Q drive and found no problems

 

i then ran recuva in debug mode and they found them to all be "excellent" status - so i tried to recover them but got the same previous "recovered 0 files" message (see attached recuva3.jpg)

 

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and there was no error log file generated to attach

 

fwiw, the previous versions of recuva seemed to work fine

 

since we are doing this PM, i can't seem to upload the jpgs, so will do it in the forum

 

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on several files (each one i have tried)

and here is my PM response:

 

~~~~~~~~~~

 

thanks

 

so i re-ran the scan with the new test 1.03.10 prog and had weird results - it showed all of my previously excellent recoverable files overwritten by a "bad cluster" - i thought that was unlikely, but decided to make a copy of a good file "MadMoney-594619-0.mpg" - and code it with XXX at front and end to be sure it was the same file - i deleted it from trash and then ran recuva - sure enough it showed it as also being overwritten by a bad cluster - (see attached recuva2.jpg)

 

post-15122-1186782297_thumb.jpg

now i did nothing between deleting the copy file and running the new recuva version, so bad cluster overwrite is very unlikely

 

i also ran a windows scan for bad clusters on my Q drive and found no problems

 

i then ran recuva in debug mode and they found them to all be "excellent" status - so i tried to recover them but got the same previous "recovered 0 files" message (see attached recuva3.jpg)

 

post-15122-1186782314_thumb.jpg

and there was no error log file generated to attach

 

fwiw, the previous versions of recuva seemed to work fine

 

since we are doing this PM, i can't seem to upload the jpgs, so will do it in the forum

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

 

just checking in if you got my response and if there is maybe any solution pending?

 

thx

steve

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just checking in if you got my response and if there is maybe any solution pending?

 

thx

steve

 

just wanted to report that i uninstalled the 103.100 final version and re-installed the rcsetup101.exe beta (thankfully i saved those install progs since earlier versions do not seem to be on available on the recuva website) and i ran the old version - it took much longer to search the drive and find deleted files (about 1 minute vs several seconds for the newer version) and then it recovered the file perfectly (in about 5 minutes for a 985MB file to be copied onto a different drive)

 

thanks for a great product (version 101) and i hope that the new version gets the new bugs worked out!

 

best

steve

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just wanted to report that i uninstalled the 103.100 final version and re-installed the rcsetup101.exe beta (thankfully i saved those install progs since earlier versions do not seem to be on available on the recuva website) and i ran the old version - it took much longer to search the drive and find deleted files (about 1 minute vs several seconds for the newer version) and then it recovered the file perfectly (in about 5 minutes for a 985MB file to be copied onto a different drive)

 

thanks for a great product (version 101) and i hope that the new version gets the new bugs worked out!

 

best

steve

 

correction, the initial scan took about 4 minutes and the recuva took about 6 minutes - one thing i noticed though, the 101 version found the file i wanted to recover to be in an incorrect SUB folder of where it was actually deleted from, and not in the actual correct folder that it was deleted from - it still recovered it perfectly correctly though from that subfolder

 

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