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leopops

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VRDB database
« on: May 15, 2007, 10:40:59 PM »
Hi, i want firstly ask you to escuse me for my so bad english, and secondly to help me with the VLRB database system.

I can't know how to get back corrupted files. It's a .doc openned with OpenOffice Writer for the last time.

Just if you can explain me how to get back from archived files my document, with VLRB or if you know another way.

I have to give to my college professor this documents wednesday, i have one year late from the comrades at school with me, i don't want to have 2 years late. It's for one of my most important exams, i have 19years old and i'm so in a bad pass omg..

Thank you for help Bye

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Re: VRDB database
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2007, 11:02:18 PM »
Hi, i want firstly ask you to escuse me for my so bad english
We can understand you... don't worry, your English is good.

and secondly to help me with the VLRB database system.
It stores the necessary info to restore executables (*.exe, *.com) files.
VRDB is not a backup system, the stored information is very small (not the whole files).
Besides, only Win32 executables are processed.

The VRDB data are stored in <avast>\Data\Integ\avast.int

I can't know how to get back corrupted files. It's a .doc openned with OpenOffice Writer for the last time.
It can't be managed by VRDB.
There are sharewares that could 'try' to restore doc files.
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leopops

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Re: VRDB database
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2007, 11:32:20 PM »
Ok thanks
I bought a debug log for the cost of 75€.

I love being unbrainned...

Bye

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Re: VRDB database
« Reply #3 on: May 15, 2007, 11:45:21 PM »
I bought a debug log for the cost of 75€.
I'm not following you. Did you bought avast for 75€?
By the way, Recoveronix Ltd. - OfficeRecovery Version 2.10.0.0 could give you a help...
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