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Disk almost full but cant find any of files

I picked up some virus with a replicated my files and renamed them with some thai sounding name. I've been battling to get the disk clean and only recently i accessed the disk and couldnt find any files. The hairy part is the 512MB disk has only 11MB left.

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When renaming sony handycam files .. they don't work.. it says no applicable files available?! .. i have to rename the files like "M2U00348" .. is there a better and a quicker way??


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why do you have to rename these files

by renaming individual files this might make them incompatible

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I have a autorun.inf virus in my cimputer that disable my task manager and regedit. please help me!!


Remove the disk-drive from your computer.
Attach it as a "slave" disk-drive in a different computer that has up-to-date anti-virus software installed.
Run the anti-virus software, targeting "all" the files on that "slave" disk-drive,
if you believe that it is possible for any anti-virus software to remove 100% of any computer-virus.

Or, read: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc700813.aspx

which describes "best practises", namely to copy all your data files, "flatten" the disk-drive,
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Or, take this incident as an "opportunity" to install a new (larger? faster?) disk-drive into your computer, disconnecting the old disk-drive, and to reinstall Windows,
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I believe this is a trojan. I have the same problem. I found by going into Properties-shortcut tab- you have to rename the shortcut to the correct shortcut. You should notice some wierd file name like "keuiku.scr." Simply rename it to the original name and it works for me.

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My mac recognizes the hard drive and shows the folders for my downloads but will not show the sub folders. It indicates that the amount of data that is stored is there. ? It's a 500g and indicates that...


Hi,

Sounds like the file structure on the drive is damaged. As resilient as mac file structure is it may have failed as a result of a hard shut down or disconnecting the drive while it was in use, possibly a previous failed attempt to eject.

With a logical failure like this recovery is generally fairly simple. You just need another drive(including the built in Mac OS drive) with enough space for your files and either a copy of Macdisk and PCTools file recover to perform the recovery on a PC or Iolo's Search & Recovery which you ca run on your Mac. The files may be recovered with generated file names, but iTunes should be able to sort through them and rename them in this case once you have them back.

For more info on either method of recovering check this FAQ:

http://www.aitsavemyfiles.com/datarecoverybasics.php?faq_id=6545&category_id=8247

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I have a kingston 4gb pendrive, currently i have a problem with new folder in it. i never put any new folder in it and there it appears to have 'new folder' thr. when i try to open it, it wont open, and...


best thing to is plug your pendrive into ur computer
now make a new folder onto ur desktop
right click on desktop-options -new folder
now right click in new folder -scroll down to rename -and type a name u can remember
now open your pendrive
pick all your folders you want to keep
hilte all except (new folder)now right click and pick desktop then the folder you named now give it a name at the bottom now press ok
once done
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now check your files are in the folder you renamed
now plug pendrive in right click -options format
once formatted your pen drive is empty and ready to use again
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Wd my book hard drive wont transfer some files


I suggest you take a note from the message of which file/files is/are causing the problems and rename them. The whole file path counts toward the length, so if a number of files are under a folder with a long name, they might all be triggering the problem, and renaming the folder with the long name, to a shorter name, could solve many of the individual file problems. Aim for a full path name length of less than 256 characters.

And for files with symbols it can't read, have a careful look at all the characters in the full path name, and re-name any files using unusual characters. Stick to using alphabetic and numeric characters. If you know some files with special characters that you have successfully copied, then those characters would be OK too. I think comma, space, plus sign, minus sign, underscore, parentheses are OK, and there are some others.

Some applications will let you save files with long file names in their working folder, without checking the full path name, then when the operating system comes along and bulk-copies things, it's dealing with the full path name and stalls.

Another possibility I haven't tried, is to go into a folder with long file names, and compress everything into a zip file (give it a short name), then when the bulk-move utility moves it all, it doesn't have to deal directly with the long file names. You can unpack it at the other end. As I said, I haven't tried it, but it might work well for you if you don't want to rename the individual files.

Good luck on the big move.

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ii) after do this try to change its mode(read only) by right-click on the folder or file u want to use and at the bottom you have to uncheck read only.........


Thanking youy

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Kinston Flashrdrive says it is full.


Dude you have been hit by a virus which keeps on replicating its self; I guess you can try scanning it 1st, if the problem persist you can consider formating it

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