Question about FireLite (USBFLB80) Hard Drive
I have used two separate Firelite hard drives with my work and home computers for the past several years. One of the Firelites continues to work well. However, my computers began reading the other Firelite hard drive today as a "local disk" with no folders.
When I perform a search of all drives, the documents on my "bad" Firelite are listed. However, I cannot open any of these documents. Is there any way that I can recover these files? I have backed up the majority of the files, but don't want to lose my past 3 weeks' worth of work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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