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January 30, 2011 10:40:49 PM

good night

i was in windows media player and went in library and organized my music on my 1tb so it would be in the windows media player library, on seeing that wmp put my music that was on my 1tb that is used for storage onto my main hard drive used for the pc system i deleted the 10gb of music to recycle bin from off my c drive, as i didn't see why wmp didn't just read the music from off the storage 1tb drive. i proceeded to delete the music from recycle bin. when i go now to check my 1tb, all my music is deleted like 20gb of music.i cannot understand how media player moved my music from off the storage drive and put it on my c drive. so all my music gone because of this nonsense. is there a way to get back my stuff from a deleted recycle bin. i mean this is 20gb of music. can anyone help me plz

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a b G Storage
January 31, 2011 12:20:21 AM

First, do not write any data to that drive where the music files were deleted from. That can potentially over-write the music data that is still on the drive and can make some of your music files unrecoverable.

I never had any experience with recovering deleted files, but try the following free program...

http://www.easeus.com/data-recovery/data-recovery-softw...

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January 31, 2011 4:10:24 AM

none of the music that just got deleted are there
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January 31, 2011 6:35:49 AM

jcharrison86 said:
none of the music that just got deleted are there

I have just used the free version of Easeus Data Recovery to get back some files. Are you certain that you looked in the right place in the very complicated tree that Easeus can produce? I did a complete disc recovery and the files I wanted were in the Raw section. In your case I suggest scanning each drive separately, and take note of the message that pops up before you scan in the ordinary mode for recovering deleted files telling you that "if files are corrupted or not found in this mode, please go to complete recovery mode.
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January 31, 2011 6:47:12 AM

I forgot to say that the free version of Easeus only lets you recover I GB of data, and you will have to pay for upgrade to full version to get the rest back, if it finds all your music. In full recovery mode you need to do a very thorough search of the "tree", expanding each section as you go down it. It will produce multiple versions of each file, presumably because it can find each time the file was modified, so it takes great patience to sift through and get back one good copy of each file.

You might like to look on Gizmo's Freeware site and try other recovery programs like Mini Tool or Recuva. http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-data-recovery...
http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/
http://www.piriform.com/recuva
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February 1, 2011 8:32:46 AM

You can get back all your music files from the system with the help of a good data recovery software. You should go for Kernel for FAT and NTFS data recovery software for the same purpose, so that you can get back all your music and stuff back to it's actual condition.

jcharrison86 said:
good night

i was in windows media player and went in library and organized my music on my 1tb so it would be in the windows media player library, on seeing that wmp put my music that was on my 1tb that is used for storage onto my main hard drive used for the pc system i deleted the 10gb of music to recycle bin from off my c drive, as i didn't see why wmp didn't just read the music from off the storage 1tb drive. i proceeded to delete the music from recycle bin. when i go now to check my 1tb, all my music is deleted like 20gb of music.i cannot understand how media player moved my music from off the storage drive and put it on my c drive. so all my music gone because of this nonsense. is there a way to get back my stuff from a deleted recycle bin. i mean this is 20gb of music. can anyone help me plz

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a b G Storage
February 1, 2011 2:32:27 PM

I've used recuva too (suggested above) and have had good luck. As stated, do not write any more data...it might overwrite that section of the HDD and make it unreadable.

Remember, deleting only removes the point to where the files existed on the HDD. They are not gone until they have been overwritten (or wiped - overwriting with a pattern a number of times).
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August 5, 2012 10:49:03 AM

jcharrison86 said:
good night

i was in windows media player and went in library and organized my music on my 1tb so it would be in the windows media player library, on seeing that wmp put my music that was on my 1tb that is used for storage onto my main hard drive used for the pc system i deleted the 10gb of music to recycle bin from off my c drive, as i didn't see why wmp didn't just read the music from off the storage 1tb drive. i proceeded to delete the music from recycle bin. when i go now to check my 1tb, all my music is deleted like 20gb of music.i cannot understand how media player moved my music from off the storage drive and put it on my c drive. so all my music gone because of this nonsense. is there a way to get back my stuff from a deleted recycle bin. i mean this is 20gb of music. can anyone help me plz

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January 31, 2013 8:36:05 AM

Hi,

No need to get panic, it is simple to recover deleted or lost music files by using best file recovery tool. The very first thing is do not use the drive from which you have deleted your music files to prevent overwriting of the deleted data. Even I was stuck under similar problem in which I had accidentally deleted my favorite music files I tried this tool which is the perfect answer for the question how to recover deleted music files. Just follow the below mentioned links to fry the software.

Software link: http://www.bestfilerecoverytool.com/how-to-recover-dele...
Download link: http://www.bestfilerecoverytool.com/download/bestfilere...

Good luck,
Renita
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