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    I have an issue but not sure where to post so i post here because I indeed needing some expert helps in data recovery.

    some of the files in my trash couldn't be removed. i noticed that these files are from an external HDD and only see them pop up when that external HDD is plugged in. Even then, tried to clean trash but the files were still there.

    did some research, a guy from a website recommended typing:

    sudo rm -Rv /Volumes/Data 2\ Drive/.Trashes/*

    I did then it DELETED ALL data on my ext. HDD Data 2. I lost EVERYTHING.

    tried several data recovery softwares but didn't seem to recover everything. anyone has any recommendations to how i can recover data with the filenames and extensions intact???

    PLEASE HELP ME!!!!

    Katie.



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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFemme69 View Post
    I have an issue but not sure where to post so i post here because I indeed needing some expert helps in data recovery.

    some of the files in my trash couldn't be removed. i noticed that these files are from an external HDD and only see them pop up when that external HDD is plugged in. Even then, tried to clean trash but the files were still there.

    did some research, a guy from a website recommended typing:

    sudo rm -Rv /Volumes/Data 2\ Drive/.Trashes/*

    I did then it DELETED ALL data on my ext. HDD Data 2. I lost EVERYTHING.

    tried myjad data recovery software but didn't seem to recover everything. anyone has any recommendations to how i can recover data with the filenames and extensions intact???

    PLEASE HELP ME!!!!

    Katie.

    There is some software that is installed on a hard drive which allows the operating system to recognize it. If it was damaged, it may be a simple utility fix, using the manufacturer's software. You DON'T want to format the drive, but possibly it's just installing the device driver.

 

 

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