I have a number of .zip files that seem un-eraseable, as my recuva software recovers them totally intact.
I think the reason they seem un-eraseable, is because there are a number of sub-folders within subfolders, in these .zip files.
The .zip files contain subfolders within subfolders, and...
I received a .docx file as an attachment with an email.
The file has information on that I want to keep private.
Please can you tell me - if i delete the email, will that solve my problem?
If not, how can I go about getting rid of it.
I have some .zip files that eraser just didn't erase from my hard drive.
I was able to recover them in tact.
I think it is because there are sub-folders within sub-folders within sub-folders in this .zip file.
There are some docx files in these folders which I don't want anyone to see.
someone has sent me an email with a document as an attachment.
Will it be retrievable if I just delete the email, it's an outlook hotmail account.
If so, how do i use eraser to delete the email?
I tried the recuva thing and it fully recovered two zip files. It said excellent.
Both of these zip files have lots of subfolders.
I cannot take the subfolders out because with them being a zip file, I would have to take a copy of it.
When I tried to click on the .zip files I got a message...
I just right clicked on a couple of zip files on my hard drive, and asked eraser to erase them.
These two zip files had loads of folders within folders within folders. More like great-gradparent files rather than parent files.
This is because I moved these files a few times from one...