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Well, a picture is worth a 1000 words.
(BTW, Nothing new installed.. Windows XP uhh, old PC (As in, not even P4) If you want specs let me know I'll go into more detail.

What's happened? 10gig of my stuff GONE?

Trying to delete the entire folder.
http://img502.images...71923599zf1.jpg

First half of folder.
http://img210.images...83145399yt1.bmp

Second half of folder.
http://img266.images...15294864kf3.jpg

Created a new folder, and this is what I got (After re-naming it, No files appear if I don't name it)
http://img522.images...91563525js2.jpg

Trying to delete a file.
http://img264.images...81424868xk8.jpg

Any help is appreciated.
(I couldn't upload thumbnails, sorry)
Cheers, Exploit.
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Run a chkdsk f: /f.

More info on how to use chkdsk here:

http://technet2.micr...5a6a4e1033.mspx

If it doesn't work, look here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246026

Hope it helps.

~Kelvin
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are those file names supposed to be in a different language? (what is that arabic?)....do you have a language pack installed on your computer?
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Run a chkdsk f: /f.

More info on how to use chkdsk here:

http://technet2.micr...5a6a4e1033.mspx

If it doesn't work, look here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/246026

Hope it helps.

~Kelvin


Ahh, tyvm :) all fixed now.
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Ok, no problems. Glad to know I helped. :)

~Kelvin
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