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Reindex a hard drive?


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I am using Windows Vista on a laptop and have an external hard drive that I backup to. The hard drive is still showing nearly full, but the folder containing the majority of the data (music) is missing and I can't access the data.

Is it possible to reindex the hard drive and recreate the folder and subfolder containing this data?

The original folder has been changed to a generic text file with no attributes.
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