I have an old NTFS partition from Windows XP (system partition) where I once stored a certain file. I know about where its stored and furthermore guess the file ending. Plus, I don't need the content of the file, the file name is perfectly sufficient.
The reason why I'm asking this, of course, is that this file is deleted. I tried recovery tools but it didn't help. Testdisk comes up with a lot files because it's a system partition and its impossible to read all the names.
It would be great to have a list of the name of as many deleted files as possible because I then could find it with ease. But I don't see a good way to do this with testdisk except for maybe cloning the output, placing a stone on the keyboard to scroll trough all the results and then to come back after a week to proceed.
To you know how I can get such a list? Or a list of as many deleted files that last were in a certain directory?
Edit: I'm currently downloading Ubuntu 12.04 to check out the software mentioned in the comments below since 12.04 is the newest version of Ubuntu with this package. I thought that I had a machine running Ubuntu 12.04 but as it turned out it's Ubuntu 12.10.
Edit 2: I guess that I probably should mention here, too, that the proposed solution in the question this question allegedly is a duplicate of, didn't work. I now tried it and got errors: pastebin.com/JtTnPCD9 But I also got a long list of deleted files, none of which even match the file extension candidates. I also know another part of the file name but it also doesn't occur even once, so I can rule out that the file I'm searching for is in there.
Edit 3: I'm searching for a video. Either the name of the file or its content is okay. I don't need both.