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Old 08-05-2006, 11:06 PM   #1
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PhotoRec creates 8.5 gigabyte mp3


I used PhotoRec to try to recover some music I deleted. It is creating a 138 mb document called f1.doc and an 8.5 gb mp3 called f2.mp3 that will not play in Linux. I believe the mp3 is too big to load into memory on this computer. What is wrong with this software or am I not using it right?
 
  


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