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Old 17.03.2020, 01:36
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Default recovery off accidentally deleted queue???

I had a number of files waiting to be downloaded and accidentally deleted them all when trying to delete a disabled one. Is there ANY WAY to recover them?
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Old 17.03.2020, 02:26
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first thing is todo is to close jd
goto the install path/cfg/ there will be downloadlist* or linkcollector* zip files containing the list. The newer file should be now smaller than previous as you deleted content (assuming you don't remove entries as you download). copy them all outside of cfg path, place back just the last larger zip and that should work. restart JD. check if your items are back. If you leave it too late they will disappear/be replaced with new lists.
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Old 17.03.2020, 02:48
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first thing is todo is to close jd
goto the install path/cfg/ there will be downloadlist* or linkcollector* zip files containing the list. The newer file should be now smaller than previous as you deleted content (assuming you don't remove entries as you download). copy them all outside of cfg path, place back just the last larger zip and that should work. restart JD. check if your items are back. If you leave it too late they will disappear/be replaced with new lists.
Where do i find install path within My Computer?
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Old 17.03.2020, 02:55
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What do you mean "place back"?
I found six linkcollector zips but what do I do now? I'm so clueless and everything you listed seems like a foreign language to me! LOL
I assume I unzip but them do I just drag and drop them into JDownloader??
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Old 17.03.2020, 03:02
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So I unzipped it and it's just a bunch of 1kb numbered files (00 00_00 01 01_00 etc)
Now what? Or does this mean I'm out of luck and it won't work?
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Old 17.03.2020, 03:10
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do no unzip,
depending if it was linkgrabber or download tabs you use those specific ones.
you remove(cut paste) them from the cfg directory as they are 'backups' for you now. If you dont remove them yourself they can be removed (deleted) by the program and you will loose them for ever.
you place back in the largest file as stated one at a time (closing/restarting client each time) until you have your content.
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Old 17.03.2020, 03:27
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I still don't get what you mean by place back
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Old 17.03.2020, 03:32
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Guess I'm out of luck because the zip files that are present only have the files that are still currently in my queue.

Looks like I was able to go back through my online history file and found most of what i lost.

Thanks for the help
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