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Old Sep 14, 2006, 06:48 AM
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Old Feb 23, 2007, 02:24 PM
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I had downloaded this software Phoenix smpr.dmg and had installed it on OS X Tiger, G4.
There was a slave disc originally with 9.1 but after copying some pictures on it I had initialsed the disc to see if those pictures could be recovered. It was a preliminary to recovering pictures from another disc in a similar state.
I ran this software. It did not seem to recognise either the master or the slave on the computer. It did recover a file from I do not know where and invited me to buy the software if I wanted to recover it!!
It should have been polite to let me know at the time I downloaded the demo that the lost files could be identified but not recovered and in any case it did not recover the files that I was aiming to recover.
Was there something wrong that I wa doing?
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