Recovering files deleted form Recycling Bin, but they're all corrupt. How can I fix that?

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Anyway to fix this? Can I "uncorrupt" a file? I have something I need really bad that I didn't think I did anymore. And after spending 60 bucks on a tool to bring it all back, it's a huge buzzkill to have them all corrupt. 🙁

Anything I can use?

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Taco Dance:
Sorry, you're outta luck. What happens when you delete something from the recycling bin is the space that the file occupies is flagged as a place that can be written to. So the next time the operating system needs to write some data it may use that space since. What happened to those files is some of the space they occupied was over written by something and all that is left is those fragments that you recovered. There is no going back. To use an analogy is you threw all these files in the pile of wood you say is OK for burning, and some of it has been burned.
Ron75:
As stated above, you can't un-corrupt files. Before you delete them permanently you should make a back up copy of any that you may want in the future.

Ron

Greyolddave:
You don't need any "tool". Open the recycle bin and double click on the file you need to restore. Windows should do the rest. Give it a try
DeMoNsLaYeR575:
no… immagine a file as a very large puzzle and the computer can only know what it is when it has all the pieces, it can put it together very quickly to see what it is…
when a file becomes corrupt it loses parts of the puzzle…..
just like how you cant finish a puzzle with missing parts the computer cant rebuilt the peices….
simply put no you cant "uncorrupt" files
Walter Laput Laraga:
back all files before
chrisjbsc:
Depends WHY they are corrupt!

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