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File unseen I have a Ativa usb drive with 8GB. But this morning I can't seem to see any of the files. When I go to properties it shows that 4GB of storage is still free. How can I retreive my files. Is there a free software that you could recommend to recover those files.

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Make sure the files didn't just accidentally get set as hidden. To check this open the folder or the drive in my computer and click on tools > Folder Options. Scroll down to view ALL files. Refresh My computer by pressing F5 and see if they are now there.

Secondly if they were deleted try this free software http://undelete-plus.com/ .

It works wonders.

Good Luck!

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