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Hey guys, i think i made a horrible mistake.

 

I went through with CCleaner but would like to reverse what i just did ?

 

 

Is that possible ?

 

 

I have a program called adobe audition, and it had a couple recovered "session" files

Each time the program started it prompted me if i wanted to continue one now, or continue it later.

 

I always chose later, knowing i could do so.

But CCleaner got rid of them?

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Hello ahh, and welcome to the forum.

 

If you used normal file deletion you could try Recuva: http://www.recuva.com/

 

But you must work fast so the files aren't overwritten.

 

The following applies to CCleaner.

 

In Cleaner>Applications>uncheck adobe audition so it won't be cleaned.

 

Analyze before cleaning, to make sure you don't have to exclude any other part of adobe audition.

 

Heres a link to CCleaners guide: http://www.ccleanerbeginnersguide.com/

 

Let us know if you need more help.

 

Jamin4u

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Adobe audition doesn't seem to a visible program under "Applications" ?

 

 

All i did was click on the "Run Cleaner" button

 

 

 

I'll try ReCuva, thanks for the help.

Although i think i should mention, i ran Defrag, after CClean,

I'm in the middle of a hijackthis run through.

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Where does Adobe Audition store its "session" files?

 

If it is in any Temp or Tmp Folder then CCleaner will clean it.

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I like the way you stated this YoKenny.

 

Where does Adobe Audition store its "session" files?

 

If it is in any Temp or Tmp Folder then CCleaner will clean it.

 

I tried to say the same thing.

 

Analyze before cleaning, to make sure you don't have to exclude any other part of adobe audition.

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