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I copy-all my images to a folder created for them. I go to the folder and the images aren't there. I check the Lifeframe folder under (C:) through program files, progamData, Users, AppData, Documents...I check the search engine, I tried everything I could think of and they are nowhere to be found. I never had this problem when I 'move to' the images individually. Only when I copy-all and moved them, they become (apparently) lost. Can anyone help me with this?
Go to control panel and use the utility system restore. use the date that you know was working and fix it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no reason why this should happen when removing a program or software.
Have you tried a system restore?
It doesn't normally retrieve missing files but as it is files specifically related to a program it may work.
Backup everything you want first, e.g copy my documents etc to an external drive
Start --> All programs --> Accessories --> System Tools --> System Restore
Click Restore my computer to an earlier date
Select a date in bold before the date when you removed the software
Click Next , next
Leave the pc to restore, power plugged in
You can always undo this restore later
If problems, please post results and I will help
Error messages etc.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
You can buy a USB cable for 2.5 hard drives and 3.5 hard drives.
Plug the drives on the cable and connect the USB cable.
Now yo can drag and drop the files from the USB drive to your
Or you can also buy a memmory stick with a capacy of 8GB
plug it in the USB drag anddrop your files. NO drivers software is
needed just plug it in and start to drag and drop your files.
The memmoy stick is verry usefull,easy and always have your douments where ever you go.
I hope this will work for you.
Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: asus lifeframe missing pictures
try doing a search for a file type, in windows 7 type in the search box "type:jpeg" without the quotes. jpeg is a common type of picture, if you know that your camera saves as a different file type then use that. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 19, 2013
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