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DATA INSIDE 32GB KINGSTON PENDRIVE CANT BE RETRIVED

Hello,i own a 32gb kingston pendrive. it can store data,but once removed out if the computer it shows some bytes in the property but on opening shows empty..........plz help........how can i retrieve the data from inside my pendrive?

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I have worked through this problem. It is a new virus attack. you should get your antivirus updated and then get your drive cleaned. It surely will help you solving your problem.

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