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With fix-ya's help I have recovered files I lost. however, I was told the file lost was caused by pulling out the drive without unmounting it first. how and what is the safe way to unmount/take out flash drives without damaging or losing data?
Right click on the item in the taskbar and select eject or unmount. Each one is diff but that is a common practice.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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