vik976

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  1. You are right, the best is to remove the charger and battery of Your laptop at the moment when You realize that You want to recover something. But the effort and pain to remove a HDD or SSD from a laptop and to put in another machine with right interface or to bring it to a professional recovery service is quite high.
  2. I had my weekend spent on the recovery and I could get all my mails and .pst files back. Here is my solution: 1. Don't restart Your system, since windows with his pagefiles can overwrite Your deleted files 2. Download the recovery software from http://www.stellarinfo.com/ It was the only one who could find me the deleted .pst files 3. Pay the money for that tool (ask Lavasoft to get that money back later) 4. Search Your entire HDDs for every deleted files, it can take very long but don't worry 5. Filter the results for *.pst 6. You will likely see more than one result for the same filename, choose the one with newer version and largest size. 7. Restore those pst files in a new directory. At this point Outlook will tell You, that the file has errors and won't open, but don't worry. 8. In Your Outlook program folder, You will find a software called "scanpst.exe", use this to repair Your .pst files. This can take quite long also. 9. Now You can open Your mails again and write nice messages for whoever You want. This is how it worked for me. Unfortunately I also discovered another issue with the Lavasoft 11 version, that it will block Your Cisco VPN adapter to work correctly, but this is another topic.
  3. Dear Lavasoft, After making a full scan today, I choosed "disinfect" for my .pst file, because I don't wanted to "delete" them. That was a huge misunderstanding, since it seems to me, that ad-aware deleted and shredded those files, instead of "disinfecting" them. I want to recover my .pst outlook files, but I can't, even with Piriform Recuva. I miss all my business emails, contacts, calendars, acount settings etc. from those files that were at those locations: C:\Users\Viktor\Documents\Outlook Files\[email protected] C:\Users\Viktor\Documents\Outlook Files\[email protected] E:\Users\Viktor\Documents\Outlook Files\[email protected] E:\1\Eta_archiv.pst Those huge files are not in the quarantine nor in the wastebin, I checked many times, they are realy deleted and shredded. Please help me on the recovery of those files or give me at least some advice. Here is the log of today's action: <?xml version="1.0"?> -<Summary> <ScanInfo EndTime="20131116T025151.066556" StartTime="20131115T214850.066556" ScanType="Full" ScanMode="Manual"/> -<InfectedObjects> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Symmi.22665" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Deleted" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="C:\Users\Viktor\Documents\Outlook Files\[email protected]" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Trojan.GenericKD.1323797" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Deleted" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="C:\Users\Viktor\Documents\Outlook Files\[email protected]" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="JS:Exploit.BlackHole.BN" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Deleted" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\1\Eta_archiv.pst" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Adware.BHO.Bprotector.1" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{311C5AED-3D6C-4C06-BE96-F9598E1F83CF}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Symmi.4048" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{285ADDE6-204F-43DB-8CB2-9C4F040C3465}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Adware.BHO.Bprotector.1" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{5D238605-C7F0-435C-8BDC-300AB0E5D5BE}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Adware.Generic.563773" ThreatType="Adware" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{8216BE61-8B64-45C3-AFCB-E307393BD032}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Adware.BHO.Bprotector.1" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{3BE52E5C-1606-41EB-9F28-1F82DED0D55E}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Adware.BHO.Bprotector.1" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{9C477EB5-FD68-4812-8F95-730E83D2384F}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Adware.BHO.Bprotector.1" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{B5401B3F-5BB1-436F-A225-62A7497556AF}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Gen:Variant.Adware.BHO.Bprotector.1" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Moved" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\ProgramData\Lavasoft\AntiMalware\Quarantine\{AC975213-435E-49F7-8CA0-0E95BED7C608}_ENC2" ObjectType="File"/> <InfectedObject ThreatName="Trojan.Generic.8884821" ThreatType="Virus" ObjectStatus="Deleted" InnerObject="" ParentContainers="" ObjectPath="E:\Users\Viktor\Documents\Outlook Files\[email protected]" ObjectType="File"/> </InfectedObjects> </Summary> .