Re: Recycle Bin!**
In addition to Aaron's post above, you can also try
) to see if it
may be able to restore the file from it's original folder location.
Hope this helps,
Hallo to all......
My Problem is that i want to bring back a file that i deleted from the
recycle bin....is there any programm that can bring it back to
Please answer me as soon as possible....!:(
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