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#1 Mohammed Muaz

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Posted 27 January 2008 - 01:30 PM

I use an external hard disk Western Digital (1 TB - My world book edition) which is a network drive. I accidentally deleted the share folder which caused all the data on the drive to get erased. I cant find any undelete software for network drives. Can anyone suggest any procedure or direct me on how to recover the files? PS: The drive cannot be connected via a USB, it is powered through a network.

#2 Mohammed Muaz

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 04:22 AM

Thanks but the solution is to no avail.

The undelete plus software doesnt help because it does not recognize the mapped network drive. The other link is also not helping.

Come on ppl there must be a solution. Please help. Suggest some more methods


Have you tried here;

http://thinkabdul.co...orerdos-window/

Or you can try this one;

http://www.hulchul.n...howtopic=157709



#3 roleo

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 07:18 PM

Try
http://www.free-av.c...ra_unerase.html

#4 Stacey81

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Posted 26 January 2010 - 01:51 AM

I use an external hard disk Western Digital (1 TB - My world book edition) which is a network drive. I accidentally deleted the share folder which caused all the data on the drive to get erased. I cant find any undelete software for network drives.

Can anyone suggest any procedure or direct me on how to recover the files?

PS: The drive cannot be connected via a USB, it is powered through a network.



Did you find a solution? I have done the same thing and all 'undelete' programs do not work for network drive (even though it is mapped) and again I cannont connect through USB.

Does anyone have any solutions?

#5 thehulk18

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Posted 26 January 2010 - 05:35 AM

Can you disconnect it from the Network and then use USB?
If not, it doesn't sound like a good thing to be powered through the Network if there is no chance of recovery.

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