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Would you believe it.....I save important files for a masters degree on a usb in case the laptop fails.........then I drop the laptop, and the usb is bent over . Bent it back again, but computer does not recognise it. Opened it up, all appears to be intact.
How can I recover data? A right click and check of memory use shows all blank, but I'm sure it's in there somwheres! Tried data doctor but it will not scan this usb, scans everything else.
Any help gratefully accepted!
I would suggest using a program like data rescue:
They have a trial version which you can use to at least tell you if the files are recoverable - to recover the files you will likely have to pay for the product, but at $29 it's probably worth it for your information!
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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