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RunDLL problem on my USB

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#1 IceFeast


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Posted 25 February 2013 - 02:51 PM

     Hello. I can open my Flash Disk although it has shortcut virus. But when I ran a scan test on my USB, it deleted some file and then I cant open it. 



here is the screenshot of the problem. I need your help guys, all of my files are in there as well as my files for my thesis defense that is due today. Im hopeless, i searched and searched for solutions in the internet but I didnt find any. Please help me sad.png


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Posted 27 February 2013 - 09:08 AM



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Posted 27 February 2013 - 10:28 AM

If you are in the defense stage of a thesis you are obviously well educated.  As a well educated person and as important as this data is I would have thought that you would have at least one backup copy of this data.


i searched and searched for solutions in the internet but I didnt find any.


That's odd, I found the following at the top of the page with my first search.


How to Recover Data from a Damaged Flash Drive - Yahoo! Voices - voices.yahoo.com


We are all volunteers here, we donate our time with no expectations other than polite responses.  I usually will go through this forum at least once a day, today was the first time that I've seen your topic.  Your response is inappropriate, rather surprising from someone who professes to be working toward a post grad degree.


Have a nice day :thumbup2:

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