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Flash drives I have a Verbatim 4GB U3smart drive. I placed a file called my "Briefcase" on this drive. somehow it was deleted and I can not figure out a way to get it back. I updated the U3 Flash Drive via a Verbatim notice and not there is nothing on the drive except an icon of a blank disk. All the programs and my files are gone.

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I have on an on-line storage a recovery software program.
It's called Easy Recovery Pro
If this link doesn't work let me know.

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