What would you like to do?
It will wipe the memory so if your computer was running and you were working on a document or something then anything not saved will be wiped but no all the rest of your computer will be fine because the rest of your files are stored on the hard drive and that doesnt require a steady supply of power. You can actually take your hard drive for years and hook it back up and the files will still be there. It's actually not a bad way of backing up your files if the drive is cheap and large capacity.
2 people found this useful
Was this answer useful?
Thanks for the feedback!
They go nowhere. They stay where they were before they were deleted. Your computer will flag that area as usable space, and it may eventually get written over with other infor…mation, or not. If you really want to erase something for good, you have to get a program like Kill Disc, and it will set it all to blank, all zeros. Then you can reformat it and add reload the operating system.
It depends! First place to try is the Recycle bin. This holds files that you delete from the main drives until you empty it, giving you a chance to recover files you deleted b…y mistake. Files that you delete from attached devices, like USB memory sticks do not generally get put in the recycle bin however. So, if the file is in the Recycle bin, just restore it. If that's not the case then you may still be able to recover the deleted pictures but you must avoid writing any new data to the disk where the files were stored. When files are deleted, the data is left on the disk, but the space where they were located is marked as freespace by the operating system and is available for new files and data to be written to. Once new data is written to the area of the disk where your deleted files once were, then they will be lost forever. A word of warning - browsing the internet, using email, opening and closing applications, downloading files etc may involve files being written to the computer's disk and increases the chances of overwriting your deleted pictures. Similarly, if the deleted pictures are on a camera card, dont save any more photos to the card. So, use a different computer to browse for a solution.
You're better off re-visiting a website and let them re-write it. If the cookie contained a password (If you clicked "Keep Me Logged In" for example..) and you cannot remember… your password, use the password recovery tool provided on the website. (most have them..) DrToxic
No, it knows whatever humans collectively know: such as Wikipedia. Wikipedia is similar to Computers in the sense that Humans program Computers and tell computers certain thin…gs to do or to know and such. So, whatever Humans know, a computer could, or does, know.
Um...no,because it says that you can't undo the action.
If you have a toshiba computer go to http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/downloadDetail.jsp?soid=2718667&pf=true
If you have deleted the files permanently from your computer they you need to try some data recovery software , in order to retrieve the data. Data recovery software like Ea…sy Data Recovery, Norton Data recovery etc. will do this jobs. Otherwise you can type download free data recovery software at Google search & you will find many vendors offering free and trial data recovery software.
Maybe, it depends on what kind of computer or laptop you have. The old kinds probably don't get ram back.
Sorry, but there's no way to do that unless you're a computer engineer or something like that and you know about the computer really well. :(
I beg how do you remove VoiceOver from your computer cause when I tried putting it in the trash and deleting it the voice still continued for every single thing i did and its annoying?
You probably put the "shortcut" icon in the trash can. That will not remove the program. You have to use the remove programs utility to completely remove it. Remove it by clic…king: START > CONTROL PANEL > ADD OR REMOVE PROGRAMS > then select the program you want to remove > REMOVE.
yes, check in your recycle bin.
How could someone put music back on their computer from their iPod after everything was deleted on their computer?
You can try iPodCopy for like $22.
hey its me again so I have a idea u can put spine world and migoland together .
you go into your control panel then click it then scroll down until you see an icon what say programs/ underneath it should say uninstall a program then select the program yo…u want to uninstall the right-click note mac use is different
No - Real Player is simply a media-player. Its purpose is to play music & video. It has no facility to remove files from your computer.
You could try using Recuva, free software for file recovery. If deleted files had been overwritten by OS, chances to restore files are negligible.