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Old 08-22-2005, 12:52 AM
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this is based on the notion that this temp file IS the one you lost,
thats a yes for i had just cleaned temp an hour before ...

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nor would i even want to try with a 300 mb file
me neither , :

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for me, this is a 'oh well, lost that one',
i agree completely.
i guess im in my curious phase or something.

if it were really important id already be sitting doing the work again.

....... not withstanding that it would be nice to know, for all of us, if there was a painless way to do this ...
(painless=less work than it took to create the image)

thanks !
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Old 08-22-2005, 01:29 AM
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....... not withstanding that it would be nice to know, for all of us, if there was a painless way to do this ...
(painless=less work than it took to create the image)
indeed. maybe someone will come along that has that answer.

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Old 08-22-2005, 10:26 AM
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My input

OK, here I go jumping in with my "two cents worth" from my "advice that came a little too late" file.

I have avoided losing work many times by having my computer and related accoutrements plugged into a APC device. The battery won't run your computer for long if the power stays off, but you will be able to save what you are working on.

I grew up in the "lightning capitol of the world" where Dee Dee lives. And you can loose power pretty quickly. I now live in north Florida which can sometimes get pretty rough too, with our almost daily summer afternoon thunder storms.

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Old 08-23-2005, 06:37 AM
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I know, the international jargon for this type of device seems to be 'no-break' .. . They're popular everywhere you find powercuts. I've seen them from India to Brazil and elsewhere, even selfmade ones from car batteries etc.

Yet, in spite of all efforts, data still manage to get lost sometimes....
I figure its always good to know wherher temp data are recoverable, cause, once the 'lit hit the can', thats what we'd all like to know ....

best regards and thanks
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Old 08-25-2005, 03:45 AM
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Arrow same problem

So... I have your problem. How can I recover my work from a temp file?
The Temp file is 3 GB

What progs did you find?
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Old 08-25-2005, 12:52 PM
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sorry lucky ...

the subject is almost as old as water, but this thread is only 3 days old ...
I guess we concluded to wait for someone to come along with a clue or maybe even the answer...
until then its seems like its 'aww well, start over ..'

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