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#1 tractatus

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 05:15 AM

Greetings,
I have a problem with my USB stick.
I dont know how it come, but my 1gb stick turn into a 120 GB stick. Fakely of course.

Stick is drive H:
When I put my mouse on the folder "_yarı tamam" you can see this absurd situation :
folder view

The size is 63 GB ... (but actually not more than 800 kb - 1 mb)
And you can see the CRAZY names ...

And see the folder inside here
in folder

Incredible. I dont know what is the reason for that.

- When I check "my computer", the drive H: seems 1 GB, normal.
- When I scan with Kaspersky, (daily updated) shows no virus.


What I can say is this stick very very important for me, it s the novel i ve been writing for 1 years.
Please tell anything you know.
I ll be grateful of any helps.

Thanks in advance.

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 06:06 AM

What I can say is this stick very very important for me, it s the novel i ve been writing for 1 years.
Please tell anything you know.
I ll be grateful of any helps.


I suggest taht u, before you do anything, you backup everything on there.

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 06:10 AM

What I can say is this stick very very important for me, it s the novel i ve been writing for 1 years.
Please tell anything you know.
I ll be grateful of any helps.


I suggest taht u, before you do anything, you backup everything on there.


The nearest back up is belong to March 25.. One months ago.

What is so bad is, my job is not numeric.
If I would be an engineer, i work again and do the same works.
But in my job, I can work one more month too, but I cant do the same job. It was the imagination, what i ve lost in stick.

So, it s very vital for me, to obtain my files. Because there is no opportunity to write same things,
not important how much you work :thumbsup:
Thanks for answer.

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 06:14 AM

Ehm, maybe a stupid question, but did u succes to backup everyting on there or not?

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 06:21 AM

Ehm, maybe a stupid question, but did u succes to backup everyting on there or not?



Now, (after this problem) I did "select all" in H:/, and paste them somewhere in C:/
but it gives error : "files cannot coppied...cannot read from source disk or disket"

But If I try to copy file by file, I can transfer nearly % 70 of files inside.

The corrupted files in the STICK (that you can see from names) cannot be touch. copy/move. But there
should be real files too.




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