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If you have a restoring point than you can try restoring the whole computer to the time when you had those user accounts. Control Panel>System and Security>Backup and Restore>Restore the computer setting>Open system restore.


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Harddrives actually have suprisingly high failure rate. Why is beyond me, as I rarely open them for other reason than scavenging fridge magnets, but on the bright side, the manufacturers normally replace early failing harddrives without much trouble, as it's expected that a certain percentage of them will fail despite being new. Why am I mentioning this? ...


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This answer was kindly sent to me from the support team of runtime.org: Dear Vic, The FAT is still accessible, so used and unused areas can be calculated. However, the directory structure appears to be broken, preventing you from accessing the drive. Our software "GetDataBack Simple" might help you. Sincerely, Name temporarily deleted until permitted. ...


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Programs like MiniTool Power Data Recovery can deep-scan the drive and recognize (read guess) many of the lost files (incorrectly for many files though, although still valuable). However, that's not what I look for. My case is a strange case not seen or heard of before. In my case, the DEFRAGMENT programs succeed to show the white space and the filled ...


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Microsoft offers free recovery/installation .isos. Here's a brief tutorial in getting and creating a bootable recovery disc: http://www.howtogeek.com/186775/how-to-download-windows-7-8-and-8.1-installation-media-legally/ If you have access to another Windows 8 Machine, you can do this: Create a Recovery Disc: ~ Press and hold Windows Key + R ~ type recdisc ...


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Without a prior made image of this drive this is not possible. The files have been marked as deleted and you will have to recover them onto another drive then move them back to where you want them. Do not recover the files to the hard drive you are recovering as this will possibly lead to data loss. Recover to another drive and then once you have verified ...


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I don't have vhdx files to test with, but these urls seem to have your problem solved: http://key-value.blogspot.com.ar/2013/06/mounting-vhd-image-file-in-linux.html https://rwmj.wordpress.com/2013/05/10/using-libguestfs-to-read-hyper-v-vhdx-disk-images/ http://askubuntu.com/questions/295155/how-do-i-mount-vhd-file


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I've used the MFT wipe free space with CClean. (It does take forever, up to several days.) Before running wipe, I could easily get a full list of previously deleted files with Recuva, despite the files being several years old and overwritten multiple times beyond recovery. This is because Recuva takes the list of files from MFT. ...


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Bit late to answer this question. But I found a very decent tutorial on how to handle this using "TotalMounter" and "Rufus". It is available here: http://opcug.ca/public/Reviews/TotalMounterRufus.htm Hope this helps for other users in future... Thanks


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I've just received my tablet back from warranty repair. They changed motherboard, so I suppose that it was eMMC failure.



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