Having a 'Barry'

wolfbass wrote on 5/9/2005, 7:57 PM
Hi Guys!

For those not up with the Aussie vernacular, to have a 'Barry' is to have a shocker.

I've just had it. Burnt a DVD, deleted all my files, then discover - wait for it- no sound!


Is there any way to undelete files in XP. I'm not at my work PC, so I'm assuming they aren't in the Recycle Bin.

Any help appreciated.



vectorskink wrote on 5/9/2005, 8:43 PM
Spewin! Don't you hate that?
Fortunately you can get deleted files back ,provided that they have been written over. I used to used a program called R-studio NTFS which got deleted files back. I'm assuming there's quite a few programs that would do it now. Have a look on google.
zdogg wrote on 5/9/2005, 10:55 PM
Hey guy,

Don't have a Barry --PC Iinspector Smart Recovery - (run a search) great German program or free - that is your answer. it will find those files and restore them, quick..


Grazie wrote on 5/9/2005, 11:02 PM
Check to see your loudspeakers are switched on! - I'm serious! - G
MH_Stevens wrote on 5/9/2005, 11:12 PM
Is this anything to do with Barry Humphries?
wolfbass wrote on 5/9/2005, 11:22 PM
Nope, Not Barry Humphries, Barry Crocker - hence Shocker - having a Barry.

Grazie: Yep, the speakers are on. Thanks for the tip though :)
Grazie wrote on 5/9/2005, 11:26 PM
. .been there done that . . ;)
farss wrote on 5/10/2005, 12:46 AM
Crickey, that happened to me yesterday. The STB that we use to switch between off air and the DVD player forgot to switch the 'a' bit of the 'a/v' feed from the DVD player.

I'm just starting to realise how many ockers there are using Vegas, there's quite a few on the audio side as well.