I was hoping someone could help me with this: This morning, I moved a huge folder with data (about 40GB) from my Linux partition to my Windows partition. However, I forgot to actually shut down Windows, so it was on Sleep while I was moving the file from Linux.
When I came back to Windows, not only was the folder missing, but it was actually taking up 40GB of space. I tried looking for it from Linux, but I could´t find it either.
The folder was a game so, worst scenario, I wouldn't mind having to delete it. But I would like my disk space back.
Does anyone know how to solve this problem? Btw, I´m using windows 7.
I copied it from Linux´s normal interface. From there, I can access my Windows partition (However, I can´t access Linux from Windows). It was a normal cut and paste.
The folder in which I copied it (in Windows) is located directly on my C disk, as in: C:\ThisFolder
I´m using an outdated version of Ubuntu.