How to get back my temp folder data

ashish - Jan 11, 2009 at 03:32 AM
 Matti - Jan 15, 2010 at 08:26 PM
i m ashish' my coputer is directly off by the cut off electricity and when I restart my computer the computer started with the new settings and there create a temp my document and which data I was saved in my document goes to another folder.. so I again saved my data in temp my document but after restarting the computer the temp my document folder has been removed from thr computer & I lossed my all data from my please help me get my data back..........

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step one:go to search step two:type in SYSTEM RESTORE all of your data is stored at certain check points on your computer. On my com goes up to a month ago so just chose a date, probably the day before your data got erased,and restore it.I just looked at this to try to find out how to get back my lost data and ended up figuring it out on my own and thought id come back and help ya.
how do I find the search thing so I can get to system restore?
i also put files in my temp folder and I have no idea on how to get them back. I wasnt sure how to search for SYSTEM RESTORE as I only have a dog which will only let me search for certain files and this doesnt take me back to my documents
please help
I SEARCH IT.....BUT ITS NOT FOUND..............
First u go to "start" and then "search" and make sure u choose to search all files and folders,that's how it works on my computer anyway.That's how it probably works on all windows computers.
hi I smoke delete my folder, so I trusted everywhere and I do not know where it is can someone help me?
If you have lost any files use cardrecovery :) :) works a treat for any camera/digital camera or storage media where file have been accidentily deletd, over written or damaged...

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linked4me Posts 9 Registration date Wednesday November 5, 2008 Status Member Last seen May 16, 2009
Jan 11, 2009 at 05:13 AM
the data may have been stored elsewhere.
find them using the "search" option!