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iLuvPrettyPinkPonies 12-22-2011 03:52 PM

UNDO Intel Combo Update 10.4.11?
 
I updated intel combo update for 10.4.11 yesterday and after restart all my files got deleted in my documents. I lost 90 gb of data. Please tell me any way to recover back. Any Suggestion

pigoo3 12-22-2011 03:54 PM

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Originally Posted by punkass (Post 1343711)
I updated intel combo update for 10.4.11 yesterday and after restart all my files got deleted in my documents. I lost 90 gb of data. Please tell me any way to recover back. Any Suggestion

It seems that in your first thread it sounded like you downloaded an illegal copy of Snow Leopard. This is the sort of thing that happens when you download illegal software from the internet. Which with a genuine OS install disk this would not have happened!

- Nick

louishen 12-22-2011 04:00 PM

You updated the combo update, that should not have caused a problem

Check that there isn't a duplicate User account in Users that may still have your old data

I have never had a combo update delete anything or cause any problems

iLuvPrettyPinkPonies 12-22-2011 04:19 PM

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Originally Posted by pigoo3 (Post 1343712)
It seems that in your first thread it sounded like you downloaded an illegal copy of Snow Leopard. This is the sort of thing that happens when you download illegal software from the internet. Which with a genuine OS install disk this would not have happened!

- Nick

Actually i tried to upgrade it to snow leopard through disk but it didnt work then i tried it by putting all the stuff in usb and then upgrading it agian but i didnt work either. so i asked any other way to install it since those two ways doesn't work

I got a message from the one of the staff member about an alert and we got this all cleared up this was a misconception


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