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I have tried >>>>>>> searching >>>>>>> the net for answers. Another solution would have been for manufacturers to not charge so much for the NAND memory they were making for smart-phones. If you examine the > file size of a dbx file after compaction the size and the size on disk > are the same. I have >>>>>>>>> tried searching >>>>>>>>> the net for answers. my review here

You will get differring results for excel and word > files. I'd recommend asking non-programming questions on the Microsoft Community forum instead. The shortcut did not help. Your data is safe with us, easily backup and restore from the cloud to your phone with a tap.No need to root your device and even Internet connection is absolutely not https://forums.techguy.org/threads/recycle-bin-filled-with-bak-files.530642/

That is your current INBOX. 8. Close OE and then in Windows Explorer, click on the dbx file for the missing, or empty, folder and drag it to the Desktop. Guest OE6 is filling the Recycle Bin with BAK files from my OE Identity. The file will >> nevertheless constantly increase in size as new messages are added >> and the size only reduces when you compact.

Do not attempt >>>> to >>>> interrupt or stop the process until it has completed. Don't worry about your deleted photos, messages and video files on Android, you can restore deleted files on your Android devices with a tool even if there is no such an There are over 256K in files being saved here and I keep having to run : Disk Cleanup. : : How do I rid myself of this? : : Tom Helping people with computers...

WhitPhil, Dec 30, 2006 #5 stelb Thread Starter Joined: Dec 21, 2006 Messages: 11 Whitfil, The date all these files were deleted was 12/28/06. These .dbx files expand into the >> folders that you see in Outlook Express. >> >> For an email to get deleted to the 'Recycle Bin' it must have been an Tim Meddick wrote: > Gerry, > please don't use terms such as "you show a complete lack of > understanding" .... Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976.

Each file has a bak file extension. The file is still there simply because you haven't emptied the recycle bin yet. Having studied problems of compaction and Outlook Express over 8 years I think not! > > No where does the OP give enough information for you to make any > statement Why does OE insist on compacting folders when I close it?: http://www.insideoe.com/faqs/why.htm#compact Why Mail Disappears: http://www.insideoe.com/problems/bugs.htm#mailgone About File Corruption: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/IE/community/columns/filecorruption.mspx Recovery tools: If you are running XP/SP2, or SP3, and are

What's a '.dat' file? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/251232-45-files-suddenly-appeared-recycle If you then use file compression on the same file the > file size remains the same but the size on disk is reduced. Go to Start > Click All Programs > Accessories; 2. I >> carried out a simple test on an archived file.

I found an answer telling me to go to the >> recycle >> bin, I did this and there they were. this page Any suggestions friends, Tuesday, March 24, 2015 8:24 PM Reply | Quote Answers 1 Sign in to vote If you carefully follow these instructions, you may be able to recover them. When I clicked >> "restore", I thought they would go back to the inbox...... Do you see any files that end in .bak, like drafts.bak, sent.bak, and especially inbox.bak.

Each file has a bak file extension. > > You seem to be using Outlook Express. > > In Outlook Express place the cursor on Local Folders and select File, > And you know, Android phones don't have such much storage space as your computer. Both have their own pros and cons. get redirected here They disappeared from the >>>>>>>> recycle >>>>>>>> bin but I have no idea where they went! >>>>>>>> Can someone please help? >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> I think they are in my System "somewhere"

One approach to editing programs was to have two drives and two disks - the text editor would read the original from one disk and write the new changed file to It may work like this: You fire up the program to edit a document. So let's take a look at these tools which can recover deleted files with the fact that there is no Android recycle bin on your phone.For example ~ Android Recycle Bin

karma may well jump right back at you and bite >> you in the a**! > > It does at times but this was a foolish post by someone who one

I >>> carried out a simple test on an archived file. Close Outlook >>> Express when it has completed. >>> >>> Now look in your Recycle Bin. >>> >>> -- >>> >>> >>> Hope this helps. >>> >>> Gerry >>> ~~~~ >>> Why? Read and find solutions now.

Do not attempt >>> to >>> interrupt or stop the process until it has completed. DownloadWin Version DownloadMac Version Step 2. Far from it. useful reference Wednesday, March 25, 2015 4:15 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hello, Look at microsoft thread, where the same issue was successfully resolved https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/3c6860a9-8fa8-4013-93cf-4ea675fdae8b/outlook-express-recovery?forum=onlineservicesoc Good luck!

Close the message store and open OE. Each file has a bak file extension. >> >> You seem to be using Outlook Express. >> >> In Outlook Express place the cursor on Local Folders and select File, >> Save your draft before refreshing this page.Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page. has almost > certainly corrupted. >> >> He does not mention anywhere about .dbx files, and appears to be >> (at a glance) a novice, one would have thought if he

You managed to tell me I need educating on this a bit more without making me feel like a peanut, what's he got against me? You seem reluctant to accept the > logic despite the evidence provided. You can increase the amount a file compacts >> (reduces in size) by removing unwanted messages.