Recover your deleted files

Have you ever accidentally deleted important files from your hard disk permanently ?Most people think that the file is gone and it cannot be recovered. But that is not true. You can recover those files.
recover deleted files
Recover My Files 3.98 is a file recovery software that can recover deleted files even if removed from the Recycle Bin.
It can be used to:

  • Recover formatted hard drives, even if you have reinstalled Windows!!!
  • Recover your files after a hard disk crash.
  • Get back files after a partitioning error.
  • Recover deleted documents, photos, videos, music and emails.
  • Recover from hard drive, camera card, USB, Zip, floppy disk or other media.

This software is really worth giving a try. It can also recover files that are deleted due to virus,spyware or Trojan infection. Data from formatted drives can also be effectively recovered.

Recover My Files is fast and easy. No technical or data recovery software skill is required. All data recovery is done at the action of a mouse click. It has a very simple and user friendly interface.

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Add Safe Mode in Boot list

Safe mode is required when you have to fix a problem such as virus infection or uninstalling drivers in your windows XP. generally we need to use F8 Key to get into safe mode and if not timed properly you will need to restart windows xp again. Here is a small trick which lets you add Safe mode by default into your Boot list. You will see it when you restart your windows xp machine.
Steps to Add Safe Mode in Boot list

* Go to control panel > System.
* Click on Advanced Tab.
* Then click on settings under the startup and recovery action.
* Click on edit under system startup to indirectly edit your boot.ini file.
* Add the following entry “multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS=”XP – Safe Mode” /fastdetect /safeboot:minimal /sos /bootlog” without quotes .

Add safe mode to your boot list

Thats it, restart your machine and you will see another label as “XP- Safe Mode” added to the list.

PS: This option is also used for adding any other windows installation on other partition.

[HOW TO]Remove NTDETEC1.exe

If you’re using the Operating System called Windows, chances are that you might have already come across the ntdetec1.exe virus. Or you will, sooner or later.

Its official name is W32.Ceted and it is a worm that copies itself to all shared and removable drives and spreads when the user double clicks on it to open it. If a system is infected, it creates a folder called ntdetec1 in your System Drive which is NOT visible via Explorer or Command prompt.

Related files:
\ntdetec1\ntdetec1.exe
\ntdetec1\cmrss.exe
\ntdetec1\run.exe
\ntdetec1\shell32.exe
\ntdetec1\drivelist.txt
\ntdetec1\child\autorun.inf
\ntdetec1\child\ntdetec1.exe

Symptoms:
1. Task Manager closes as soon as it launches.
2. RegEdit may be inaccesible
3. Folder Options may be inaccessible

When I scanned using some anti-virus software, Nod32, Symantec AV Corporate, McAfee and AVG failed to detect the files, even in Safe Mode.

To remove it, run the following commands at the command prompt:

taskkill /im cmrss.exe
taskkill /im ntdetec1.exe
taskkill /im shell32.exe

Now, make sure you are in the root drive of your system. For example, if your Windows in installed in C:, make sure your prompt shows C:\>
Now, run the command..

attrib ntdetec1 -s -h -r /s /d

(s->system,h->hidden,r->read only)

This will make the folder visible in explorer. Now you can Shift+Delete the folder from explorer.

Also, you might need to delete the following registry key (if it is present)

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies\Explorer\ Run\"winlogon" = "C:\ntdetec1\run.exe"

Congratulations, this will remove all known traces of the above worm.

And remember, next time you use someone’s PD, before you access it, goto your command prompt and delete the autorun.inf file if any

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