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I had file by the name of "7" I then copied this file on a data stick. I made the mistake of replacing the data stick file with the original file in my computer. Both files were named "7", both the same file exept the one in the stick wasnt updated. I made the mistake of dragging the stick file into my computer which then asked "both files have same name, do you want to replace this file?" I clicked on yes thinking I was dragging the new file into the memory stick. So basically I lost all of my recent work. I just need to know if there is a way that I can some how recover all that data I lost.
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