I have used the
mv command to move a folder from my Linux partition onto my Windows partition (
mv /home/FOLDER /media/WINPARTITION/User/Me/Music/FOLDER).
I have read a lot now and understand (I think) that when you do such a thing several things happen:
1) the link to the disk locations where FOLDER was stored on the Linux partition gets deleted (
/home/FOLDER is gone). It appears really hard to retrieve this data.
FOLDER did get copied onto the Windows partition (now:
3) After booting Windows, Windows restores everything to the last booting situation (i.e. my copied
C:\FOLDER is gone in Windows as it did not exist at last shut down)
My question is then: If it is so hard to retrieve
FOLDER at the original location, is there maybe a way to retrieve what Windows had deleted (i.e.
C:\Me\Music\FOLDER) using a Windows tool?
Thanks a lot for any comments! Best, Tom