How to identify your ''bookmarks'' in a pile of data salad?
jossb4 last edited by
Imagine your computer registry crashed. You can somehow recuperate all of your data, but all messed up: a salad of mixed up files. And in this big pile of data lies your bookmarks of the previous version of Opera.
Question: How do you identify your bookmarks in this junk?
A Former User last edited by
Is this some kind of exercise or did you have a concrete problem you wanted to solve?
Look for a file with a high concentration of matches for the term "http"?
sunnyshami last edited by
You can somehow recuperate all of your data, but all messed up: a salad of mixed up files. And in this big pile of data lies your bookmarks of the prev[url=http://www.allmobilespec.com/]i[/url]ous version of Opera.
blackbird71 last edited by
Assuming this is a practical question and not a rhetorical one, you need to include more detail and clarification about the "recuperated" data and how it was derived. By a "salad of mixed up files", do you mean the files are all still separately present as files, but have simply lost their original folder identities? Or do you mean that somehow the data within all the different files has been run together in some giant mega-file? Is this an NTFS forensic exercise involving the MFT, metafiles, and file streams?