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I insert my san disk and nothing happens . I saved approx one GB of data in 2005 at his time I had a different computer with Microsoft HP . Now I have a newer computer with Vista Home Edition .Checking back I t shows under "size" 1 kb. Have I lost all the old files??

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HI there,

It could be that the files you saved were from a program not on your Vista machine so it can't see them. I would recommend finding a friend with a machine running XP and see if they can be viewed there, or installing the same program on your Vista system that the files were created in. If neither of those options work you may well have lost the data. Flash Drives and Memory Cards are considered to have a storage life of 5 years while CDs and DVDs are viable for up to 20 years of safe storage.

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