Question about Seagate FreeAgent Go 250 GB USB 2.0 Hard Drive
After a power surge, a specific folder on my 320gb seagate external drive showed nothing but 0 byte folders. The folder structure is still there, but there are 0 files in it (including subfolder). any hope I can recover the files? :(
thanks in advance!
Do you have a data backup?
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In case of similar data recovery problems, I hope you can learn a lesson to back up everything important at least on two different drives in the future.
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