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I don't see my 70.000+ recoverable files

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    WimYogya is offline Junior Member
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    Default I don't see my 70.000+ recoverable files

    Hi,
    Maybe my problem/question is stupid, but as an absolute beginner/tester I have quite a basic problem:
    I am trying to recover my complete music collection of 70.000+ mp3/flac/etc files from a previous storage place, after my original external HD crashed.
    Never worked with RMF before.
    I think I followed all the steps correctly, but don't see my files show up.
    I selected the recovery type, the hard drive, the types of files (mainly mp3) and after about 50 mins RMF said it found 70.000+ mp3 files.
    But... where are they?
    Which are their names, locations, properties?
    Online guides show they should be visible in the top right box, but there are no filenames there. Just a filetype tree with mp3 checked.
    I understand that I should see the filenames there, then can select one or more and have a preview (difficult with music...) or see other properties.

    What do I do wrong?
    Thanks for helping.

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    WimYogya is offline Junior Member
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    Default Problem solved - so simple...

    A friend who visited me today solved my problem.
    It was SOOOOO simple...
    The only thing I apparently had forgotten to do was to SELECT a specific category/extension in the left panel to see its contents displayed in the top right panel.
    I only CHECKED/UNCHECKED the preceeding box and that's why nothing was shown in the top right panel.
    Problem solved, case closed, sorry for bothering!

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    GDH
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    Default Data Recovery

    Hi,

    That is good news. I am glad to hear that you have recovered your files.
    Graham Henley
    GetData Support Staff
    www.getdata.com
    www.recovermyfiles.com

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