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Sandisk Can Open, but files can no longer be viewed.


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jackson1208

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Hi,

I have a Sandisk, Micro Cruzar flash drive, but I cannot view my stored files. According to the memory space of my flash drive, all the data is still there, but there are only empty folders present, along with an hour and 20 minute song. There were no difficulties in starting up my usb device and running its programs. Is there any way to recover my files again?

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Jackson
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Hi jackson1208, have a look at the attached link and you will find a couple of really good options, I havn`t tried recuva on a flash drive but I believe it has a very high recovery rate, best of luck I hope you get it sorted.
http://www.snapfiles...tarecovery.HTML
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Hi phillpower2,

I just attempted to recover my files on the my flash drive with Recuva, but it has only recovered files which I have deleted: useless Skype images. The rest of my main data are still undetected and cannot be recovered still. Maybe Recuva doesn't work for my case?

Thanks,
Jackson
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