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RE: Files messed up on flash drive

I have a 1gb verbatim flash drive and it was working all day yesterday as well as previously until i went to lunch. When I came back from lunch and tried to retrieve a document on my flash drive it would not come up. The message kept saying that I needed to repair the document so I went into "type of files" and chose recover from any text. the files have a squiggly line next to it and some of the letters are changed. For example, instead of library it says hibrary~1.

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That means the file has been messed up during transport of some time when it was not being used if you smart enough to have a back up file or two copies of that file just copy and paste or save twice again.

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