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ATMA and recovered .org files

Discussion in 'Theorycrafting and Statistics' started by helvete, Apr 23, 2005.

  1. helvete

    helvete IncGamers Member

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    ATMA and recovered .org files

    Hi. Posted a long sad story about my system crash and lost stash files before the forums rolled back. Not in the mood to write a whole page of crap over again, but....

    Does anyone know if there is a way to use .org files that were recovered using some anti-delete tool? I'd appreciate it..

    Edit: Oh, .org files are ATMA backups... forgot to mention.
     
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    Cattleya IncGamers Member

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    In my experience, unless the file is perfectly intact (which is rare) the only use for recovered files is to open them up with a text reader to extract any useful data to rebuild the file. This works fine for recovering text from word files and data out of spreadsheet files, but I don't think it will do you much good with an ATMA backup file. You might want to try the ATMA thread in the SPF, but it looks pretty grim...
     
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    IIRC, I think that you may just be able to rename the extension to .d2s and should be okay.
     
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    helvete IncGamers Member

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    No, renaming isn't any good, that's how I always opened those files, btw.

    Seems like I have a happy time of MFing and rune hunting coming up... as soon as I can get my hands on the necessary CD keys... they too were lost, as I long since lost the paper version of the keys (there I have it for not keeping a copy...) and the keys I extracted using CDkey grabber was stored... on the drive that crashed... of course.. That WAS a .txt file, so had I recovered that file I'd be almost good, but of course that file wasn't recovered... oh well.
     
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    helvete IncGamers Member

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    Moderators: Feel free to move this thread to the single player forum.
     

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