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Storage card shows but files are not located

I have a tmobile dash with a 2gb micro sd card. there is about 52.19 mb of space left, but im not able to acess all files that were downloaded. i can still download new files and still can access those, but all the rest are lost somewhere. i dont know if it is the
good cell i choosed
but here is my problem...

i forgot to encrypt my files on
my storage card...so everything as disapear...
but it still take the storage space in my card(or stick)

is there a way to recover those files(so much souvenirs)

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  • ghoulish_gob Nov 28, 2008

    its the first thing i did

    thanks anyways

    ...isnt there another way to access those files?

    cuz its pretty frustrating


  • amsing420 Dec 18, 2008

    i have htc p3400 i am not able to access all data of storage card, memory card is still showing me 800 MB vacant and 170MB full but this 170MB i cant access ,still i can download new data on this card it will take new space on card.

    plz suggest or solve if anybody can do it.

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Connect your handset to computer through USB cable and then see if files are there in memory card. In this way you can also check your card memory.

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After all data is secure, do the process repair micro SD.

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