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Old 28th March 2012
robyn robyn is offline
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Default what to do with the grey icon files

Hi am wondering what do I do with grey icon files. We are trying to get all information off of a external hard drive that has crashed and after I run the Zar program all my files come up as grey icons and they are in .mov form. Can anyone help me figure out what this means?


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Old 29th March 2012
Alexey V. Gubin Alexey V. Gubin is offline
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Default Re: what to do with the grey icon files

Did you use "Data recovery" mode or "Recover images" on the first screen?
For an external drive, "Data recovery" would be the correct choice.
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