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I would say its been about 2 months that I noticed my Graphics directory with all my clip art  disappeared that had all of my photographic and clip art in it.  I took me about 2 months to create,  What is my best option? I was hoping to use Recurva to find that directory and restore all my clipart Art express Corel Draw probably about 1 million images  and stuff like that?  Is that suitable to do with Recurva.  And how do I begin.  I have a 2 terrabyte HD which I partitioned into a C and D file and my C partition  HD is about 50% full.  Is it easier to try to recover the files or Faster to just bite it and reinstall all my disks.

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If it's two months since deletopn, on the system drive, and there's a million images, I tink that there will be very little chance that you will recover a substantial amount of those images. And if you did then identifying and reinstating the others would be a horrendous task. I would reinatall.

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I do two main things on this computer I make midi music, and so I have my VST's all setup to work.  But would I be wiser to Reinstall the photo side of things all of my photo clipart programs I paid for like Twisted Brush, Corel Photoshop,  and photoImpact t still work but the graphics file have disappeared .   to create a second account for a new desktop for this and install these programs there or on my now desktop  just reinstall everything.  This computer has been very stable and I don't want to wreck that.

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Presumably you could just copy/reload the clipart files from disc(s) rather than reinstalling everything?

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You could take the time to try and recover the clipart files, and if (probably when if you have been using the disc for 2 months) not sucessful then get them from disc.

Seems faster to me just to reload the clipart from disc.

 

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