Actual File Structure Recovery

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Actual File Structure Recovery

Post by TechRecover » Thu Jan 14, 2010 10:55 pm

Hi,

We just bought the new R-Studio 5 to recover the files on deleted hard drive partition. After the drive scan was finished there is a folder called Recognize1, Recognize2, 3,4 up to 9. We tried to expand the folder and there is another folder of each extension file (i.e. Doc, XLS, JPG, etc.) and the file name was change to a number.

Now my question would be, Is it possible in R-Studio to recover the files in actual file name and folder structure, what I am trying to say if there is an option in R-Studio setting to recover the actual file name and folder structured. Because I am looking for specific folder where there are sub folder of each department in our company that stored the data.

Hope for your response.

Thanks you.

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Re: Actual File Structure Recovery

Post by Alt » Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:15 am

Click Real on the Sorted by bar, that will switch the Folders and Contents to show the actual folders/files structure with their actual names.
What you see is files found as Known File Types, they don't have real names, only numbers as names. You may find more about Known File Types at our on-line help: http://www.unformat-unerase.com/Unforma ... index.html -> Data Recovery Using R-Studio -> Advanced Data Recovery -> Disk Scan -> Known File Types.

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Re: Actual File Structure Recovery

Post by Guest » Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:04 am

Thank you for your quick response. I am now in the process of recovering the files.

Thanks again.

filipg

Re: Actual File Structure Recovery

Post by filipg » Sun Jun 19, 2011 4:47 pm

I don't think that there was a real answer to your question, i've got the same problem, I want to recover original structure of the folder, like MyCadFileFolder, with original contain of files in it, is that possible ?

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Re: Actual File Structure Recovery

Post by Alt » Mon Jun 20, 2011 7:27 am

filipg wrote:I don't think that there was a real answer to your question, i've got the same problem, I want to recover original structure of the folder, like MyCadFileFolder, with original contain of files in it, is that possible ?
Generally, that depends on how badly the file system on the disk is damaged. It's hard to say more without seeing the actual data on the disk.

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