By cdoublen ·
Hi All
I had a problem with my Dell machine desktop GX50 Xp Pro. The problem was it just started not being able to boot by giving out a blue screen with some error text on it. Not matter how I tried it never worked. I decided to repair OS. Repair worked fine and now the PC works fine and in fact peed has been improved. But the issues is when I repaired the hard disk was formatted and I had only one partition. The computer ws connected to other computer in a LAN thus I had a shared folder in which saved very important documents. I looked for Data recovery software I got EASEUS which in fact is very good, I have recovered most of my data saved in all other locations in the C drive. However, I have a trouble with my shared data folder which I can't find on the folder tree of the Data recovery wizard. Can one please please help me to find where my shared data folder exists. Or at list please tell me how I can recover the Data that were saved in my C shared folder. I tried to look for them in the settings foleder in my documents there was nothing in there. Please help!

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This is where the Shared Documents lives with a Default Install

by OH Smeg In reply to DATA RECOVERY USING EASEU ...

Open the C Drive/Partition then go to Documents & Settings, All Users and then Documents.

Your Files should be there.


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Data recovery

by cdoublen In reply to This is where the Shared ...

I thought the same thing. but if I browse to this location what i see in there is only my pictures and my music. the resst of my shared documents are never to be found there. Any further help please!

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Well if they where just Shared

by OH Smeg In reply to Data recovery

They could be in your My Documents Folder or wherever else they where located all depends on how they where shared.

There is however another possibility and you'll need to open My Computer then Left Click on Tools, Folder Options, View and then change the setting from Do Not Show Hidden Files & Folders to Show Hidden Files & Folders and then have a look in C Documents & Settings, Default User, My Documents.

But if the files themselves where in a Shared Folder in your My Documents Folder that is where they should still be. Have you had a look through there first instead of looking in the Shared Documents Folder?


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