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how can i delete the undelete "folder"?


lred44

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Hi all,

 

I've got ASC7 and I went on undelete and found 35000 files. I want to wipe them all but as it would take so long I did a test. I restored a couple photos and then shredded them (gutmann) but I am still able to restore them.

 

Is it possible to wipe all 'undeleted' files so they can no longer be restored?

 

Thanks,

 

I

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Hi lred

First I think it a good idea to read this:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gutmann_method

Among other things it says:

Most of the patterns in the Gutmann method were designed for older MFM/RLL encoded disks

 

I think that some few overwrites + using the computer normally for some time will make it very, very difficult to recover useful/readable data.

For the normal user I see no need to go to such lengths :-)

Cheers

solbjerg

 

 

Hi all,

 

I've got ASC7 and I went on undelete and found 35000 files. I want to wipe them all but as it would take so long I did a test. I restored a couple photos and then shredded them (gutmann) but I am still able to restore them.

 

Is it possible to wipe all 'undeleted' files so they can no longer be restored?

 

Thanks,

 

I

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Thanks for your reply.

 

All I'm really looking to do is make it so when I click 'undelete files,' ASC can't find any to restore. At the moment it finds 35000 but I'd like to clear it completely but am having no luck.

 

Cheers,

 

I

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