Where exactly did Photorec find my file

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cojaydog
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Where exactly did Photorec find my file

#1 Post by cojaydog » 11 May 2012, 22:18

Curious on where the file was located on the disk. I would like to check with a hex viewer to confirm were the file was located. Does the filename in anyway indicated what sector/cluster etc the file was located?

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Re: Where exactly did Photorec find my file

#2 Post by remy » 11 May 2012, 23:31

Yes, i think the number behind "f" is the sector number where the file begins. You also will find, in the first recup_dir a file called report.xml, with all files and the locations. I never checked if it's numbered with first sector egals zero or one.

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