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Peter Eric

Data recovery extension

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, hope you had a great day.

Yesterday, my hard drive died and corrupted with it all my files. Now I am using an app called (Remo Recover) to get some important data off of my old drive.

The file extension that I am looking for is *.FLP (FL Studio files)

The program asks for some details about the extension that I have no clue what is about.

Any assistance will be greatly appreciated!

Thank you for your time.

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45 minutes ago, Peter Eric said:

Thank you for your time.

A suggestion...

 

Get *everything* first, sort out what is important later. Data recovery is hard on the drive, you may not get another chance to sort through it looking for more...

(Source: I used to do DR professionally)


So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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I got curious.  Their website says to contact their support for help adding a file type...coulda just given some docs.

Anyway, for a file signature its prolly ...

46 4C 68 64

 with an offset of 0.

http://fileformats.archiveteam.org/wiki/Raw_FL_Studio_Project

 

But if you can Id do what Radium_Angel said and get the lot and then find them yourself, to be on the safe side.  Im sure theres some binary file searcher out there that could search for files that start with that, which is FLhd in ascii.  So even findstr on windows could kinda do it with a search string of ^FLhd

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