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Using TestDisk to undelete files
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hectorprada73
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ipynb recovery

#11 Post by hectorprada73 »

Hi @blabla1903, which filetypes did you select to recover *.ipynb files?

@recuperation, are these just txt and tx? types?

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Re: ipynb recovery

#12 Post by cgrenier »

Jupyter notebook .ipynb are text files, so if you are recovering them photorec, you need the txt and tx? file family.

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Re: No Harddisk Found

#13 Post by hectorprada73 »

Great, thanks! Fingers crossed file are found. Would they be recovered with the Ipynb extension, or simply txt?

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