Can I rely on order of copying files? Topic is solved

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aensidhe
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Can I rely on order of copying files?  Topic is solved

#1 Post by aensidhe » 18 Mar 2013, 06:54

I started copying process from bad partition to new HDD and accidentally select "System Volume Information" folder. Can I be sure that TestDisk at least tried (and may be succeeded) to copy folders that starts are predecessors of "SVI" in alphabetical order?

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Re: Can I rely on order of copying files?

#2 Post by aensidhe » 18 Mar 2013, 15:38

I think I can answer this question myself.

You can rely on order of files and folders which you can see in TestDisk "list file on partition".

At least my experiments showed that.

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