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  1. It all happened in a second, without me knowing, it just left this wad : http://www.doomworld.com/idgames/index.php?file=levels/doom2/Ports/m-o/nulljnr.zip
    Russel must hate me or something, or one of his fans.

    A list of precious losses :
    -Doom0.wad (good thing I have the beta on MediaFire, but it doesn't have MAP15 and MAP29 which are giant maps)
    -Some un\finished one level maps by me, meaning "Lost Maps again" will be delayed
    -T.N.T, a map for "TNT : Project Greyon"

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    2. GreyGhost

      GreyGhost

      That's one of the pitfalls of file recovery, you tend to get the best results if no changes have been made to the disk partition you're recovering files from, since once a file's marked as deleted the sectors it occupies are made available for re-use. C: drive is probably the worst place to recover files from.

      Partly recovered files are to be expected, especially if they're older versions, useless from a wad editing perspective but it might still be possible to extract maps from them with a Hex editor. That's something I could help you with.

    3. joe-ilya

      joe-ilya

      GreyGhost said:

      Partly recovered files are to be expected, especially if they're older versions, useless from a wad editing perspective but it might still be possible to extract maps from them with a Hex editor. That's something I could help you with.

      I don't understand what you mean. What's 'Hex'?

      EDIT:You know what? Whatever, let me get a fresh start.

    4. GreyGhost

      GreyGhost

      joe-ilya said:

      I don't understand what you mean. What's 'Hex'?

      Hexadecimal, also known as "Base 16". It's a popular format for editing raw data when you don't know or care what its native format is.

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