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September 22, 2019, 04:09:24 AM
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  Hi I guess your dont need any help where are you? Everyone gave you suggestions to help then all sudden you dont want to talk. You said you were serious about giving reward of one fourth if anyone helped. Did anyone help you or did you just take the bitcoin for yourself. This dont make sense you wanted help then just stop postin. I hope you do the right thing like you said and give the bitcoin to who ever helped you shouldnt leave people hangin. Well if you did get the coin then my address is 13ogmvro1bzG7i1rqYCxs67KzK7k1fEhqQ
 I hope you dont leave and do us right.  We all should help each other because you asked .
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September 30, 2019, 04:29:16 PM
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I've used Recuva before, basically it just undeletes whatever it can find. Although binary files can get tricky, it might add or subtract a byte or two and that could ruin the file. You never know though.

I hope you get your coin. I've never used multibit as I didn't agree with how it worked back then, always stuck with Core (no matter how unwieldy it is, you have to download the whole blockchain now.

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September 30, 2019, 06:18:44 PM
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 Hi I guess your dont need any help where are you? Everyone gave you suggestions to help then all sudden you dont want to talk. You said you were serious about giving reward of one fourth if anyone helped. Did anyone help you or did you just take the bitcoin for yourself. This dont make sense you wanted help then just stop postin. I hope you do the right thing like you said and give the bitcoin to who ever helped you shouldnt leave people hangin. Well if you did get the coin then my address is 13ogmvro1bzG7i1rqYCxs67KzK7k1fEhqQ
 I hope you dont leave and do us right.  We all should help each other because you asked .

if you followed the post, youll notice i told people i had to sell my computer, i only found this response because of my email. but thanks for taking the time to not only fail to read my posts, but accuse me of being unfair. your greed is really shining through.

the very reason i even bothered looking through hdds is because im currently out of work and was desperate, but im not selfish.
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September 30, 2019, 10:21:47 PM
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 Hi im sorry I didnt mean to sound rude. Hope I didnt im just in need of some btc also and would love to help solve it im good with wallets. If you still have the files i can still try to help you. Who knows maybe ill have a solution to help you out also get you back btc for you and me. But if not ill leave it at that.
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October 01, 2019, 12:06:05 AM
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if you followed the post, youll notice i told people i had to sell my computer, i only found this response because of my email. but thanks for taking the time to not only fail to read my posts, but accuse me of being unfair. your greed is really shining through.

the very reason i even bothered looking through hdds is because im currently out of work and was desperate, but im not selfish.
Don't worry about that guy... if you look through his post history, he has a habit of dropping into "I need help recovering wallet" type posts, saying something really "helpful" like:
Do you know your bitcoin address you can look it up on blockchain.com. If you have your private key still you can recover your coins. Just go to electrum.org them copy it in electrum and you should be able to get it. Let me know if you need help and if you get it send me the reward.
And then disappearing... his history is full of examples like that and asking for 1+BTC loans without collateral etc... Roll Eyes


Sorry to hear that you had to sell your PC and that you were unable to recover the wallet... in all honesty, the recovered .wallet files you found sounded like they were quite badly corrupted. Generally, a multibit .wallet file (even if it was locked with a password) would still show something like this when opened in a text editor:


So, if your .wallet files didn't show the "org.bitcoin.production" (and/or the "org.multibit.walletProtect.2") text, then they were most likely corrupted or not multibit wallet files. Undecided

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October 01, 2019, 10:51:36 PM
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   Yea I do have a habit of dropping in to help people that is because I like to help them. I hope she decide to ask for my help because i can at least try even if she gave up. She said the file was a text of passphrase not the wallet Haiden if you see this i would still be glad to help just let me know then your move.
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