Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Any way to unerase files on an Archos?
Re: Any way to unerase files on an Archos?
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Wed, 09 Mar 2005 00:06:24 +0000
From the very moment you lose the files, DO NOT USE THE DISK, as any write
to the disk (bookmarks, playlists, etc) risk writing to a sector which is
now flagged as unused. WRITE NOTHING TO THE DISK.
From there you can hook it up to a PC and run one of any number of
disk/file recovery utils - I haven't needed one since the Norton Utils 8
for DOS so I'm not going to name anything - but a google for "file recovery
unerase" (no quotes) will spew out any number of results.
> I accidentally erased a directory on my archos using the "delete
> directory" option included with rockbox. Anybody know a way to get these
> back, hopefully a freeware application. I have access to win98, win2k,
> winxp, linux machines. I'm not sure if the rockbox "delete directory does
> the same thing as a Windows machine and just substitutes the first letter
> of the file or if it does something else. Anyway if anybody hase any
> suggestion I would be glad to try them and I would appreciate any advice
> any advice anyone has.
>Thanks in advanc.
Received on 2005-03-09