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Files on my secondary hard disk keep disappearing and can be recovered with CHKDSK /F, but CHKDSK /R and SMART find nothing wrong

My desktop has an SSD (840 Evo) as my boot drive and a 3TB WD Red as my data storage drive. I recently reinstalled Windows 10 on my desktop because it was becoming pretty bloated, and since then I've ...
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The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable

When I open a folder in my computer, I saw the message "C:\Users\John Smith\Dropbox\myfolder1 is not accessible. The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable." Fortunately, all files in this ...
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why my file systems shows -71G and how can i fix it

Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ada0p2 1G 624M 302M 67% / devfs 1.0k 1.0k 0B 100% /dev /dev/ada0p4 503M 20k 463M 0% ...
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Windows 10: Corrupted System Image Backup

Recently, My harddisk (500GB) is failing (everything is corrupted because of the harddisk HARDWARE damage) and on that desperate moment, I tried to make a system image backup (Windows 10) to my ...
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How can I recover my files from my computer with corrupted hard disk drive?

My HP 250G3 computer can't boot and instead says: Boot Device Not Found Please install an operating system on your hard disk. Hard Disk (3F0) F2 System Diagnostics For more information, ...
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Scan this USB for errors constant popup

Whenever I plug in my USB stick on a Windows PC, I get the message that my disk is corrupt and if I would like to fix it. Note that choosing to fix it brings up this window (I'm using a Dutch ...
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Graphics Corruption even during Boot, then after 2 failed reboots it says BOOTMGR is missing

I'm encountering a very frustrating and confusing problem with my desktop and I am really hoping someone has experienced either a similar problem or knows what I can do to fix this. To start off, ...
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How to delete D symbolic links. I messed up pretty bad

my disk space was low so i moved my documents and downloads targets to my flash drive in order to play sims 3, that was pretty successful. At the same time i think i used a mklink d to make make a ...
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How to recover damaged video file on an External hard drive

So I have a lot of video on an external HDD and most of the videos run fine. However, with some during the video it becomes very laggy and skips over some bits. When I have tried moving the files or ...
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Unsafe Windows 10 filesystem rendered encryted folder inaccessible

I had a problem with my Windows 10. The shutting down process hang up and I had to force it to power down by pressing the Off button continuously. When I restarted, the computer did not start. I ...
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Files on my system renamed and file types also changed automatically [duplicate]

Files on my system renamed and file types also changed automatically on Windows 10. When I reasearched online I found that CTB Locker, ransomware are some of the viruses that do that. But I ran my ...
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Repair an error:read-only efi partition

Again stumbling from one problem to the next. I recently installing OpenSuse13.2 parallel to win10. Worked nice. Then I decided to reintall, but Suse Leap, deleting the old Suse installation. At the ...
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How to fix corrupt system files without disc

So here's the situation. I recently ran CCleaner, and it accidentally delete a system file in system32 (possibly multiple). Now, when I tried to repair it, it didn't fix anything. I don't have my ...
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How to intentionally corrupt an ext4 filesystem?

I want to intentionally corrupt a file on an ext4 filesystem for testing. Is there a way to corrupt it by, say, leaving a file open and then rebooting?
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File (image) only exists when searching for it or in “Photos” app

Here's a weird thing that I've never seen before in any Windows version. I'm using Windows 10. I'm using the stock "Photos" app to view some pictures that I've been editing, and when scrolling ...
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Repairing an old Windows computer without install disks

I am trying to fix an old HP Pavilion dv9000. I think the system got corrupted, after different people tried to fix it. When I start it up the HP logo shows up then this: then: then: then: ...
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After pvmove, logical volume's filesystem corrupt

After moving a logical volume using pvmove, the logical volume's filesystem is corrupt. I'm in systemd emergency mode right now. I can't remember exactly from what blocks, but it was supposed to move ...
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I need to repair SSD (RAW)

My SSD drive was working perfectly (Not primary) after a while the drive stops connecting and every time I try to access it, I get a message saying Ii need to reformat the Drive, knowing there is so ...
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Recover important photos/videos from unallocated space on MicroSD card (if possible)

I'm trying to recover photos/videos from the unallocated space on a MicroSD card, which was used in a Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini GT-I8190N. The previously healthy card appears to have become corrupted, ...
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Unable to format USB due to old file corruption

I accidentally corrupted some files on a 4GB USB when I tried to install extensions and apps to a portable version of google chrome. I tried to format the USB, and it failed partway through the ...
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Windows Vista Corrupt System File raschap.dll.mui

After having troubles with the startup of my Windows Vista laptop (which now seems to be fixed). I ran a sfc /scannow to check for any further problems. After searching the log file I found it was ...
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Access corrupted SSD

I installed the latest Nvidia-driver on my SSD 850 Evo OS-Partition running Win10 and after that left the PC and went eating, not having it restarted, because still downloading iTunes. When returning ...
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Invalid Installed application named real?

Whenever I enter the program your uninstaller in my laptop, the following message of a newly installed application is shown: with the following properties: I press the AutoFix button and ...
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USB media that can be safely unplugged while being written to

I did several tests with unplugging USB media while they are being written to. Host system is Linux Mint 17.1 on a Laptop with USB 2.0. For USB hard disks, it appears that after calling 'sync', data ...
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SD Card corrupts 3rd and 5th file

I bought a SanDisk Extreme 64GB SD Card a few weeks ago which I accidentally removed from the card reader while it was formatting. I use it with my DSLR and format before every shoot. This corrupted ...
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F2FS issue - unsuccessful remove, lost access to files

While removing unnecessary files I bumped into an error. with fsck.f2fs /dev/sda4 -t I can see | | |-- Die Ärzte - Manchmal haben Frauen <ino = 0xc11874>, <encrypted (0)> | | ...
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Cannot read directory “(name)”: File exists

I am trying to update a Windows 7 installation to Windows 10, but the procedure is failing repeatedly at step MIGRATE_DATA. Investigating what could prevent the migration, I found two corrupted files ...
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Unprocessed orphan inode list in VirtualBox VM

Recently while using my VirtualBox VM, the system crashed. Afterwords, the VM would no longer boot (I am using Vagrant). In my troubleshooting, I turned on the VirtualBox GUI and found that the ...
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Btrfs I/O errors - crappy disks or btrfs fault?

I'm using btrfs for quite a long time, but I wasn't using any more advanced features before. Recently I've moved to btrfs on all drives, on all machines, turned on snapshots, raid and all the cool ...
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What does fsck mean with “Filesystem has n clusters but only space for n-m FAT entries. (m>0)”?

I started a long time copy action onto my external HD. I went away, and somehow the energy saving mechanism must have realized that the user was idle and suspended the machine. (BTW, what exactly is ...
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Flash disk capacity turns from 32GB to 4MB

I have a brand new 32GB flash drive that was bought from Hong Kong but manufactured in China. When I plug it in, it's detected, and when I examine the properties of the drive the size is reported to ...
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When are bs and count settings for dd wrong?

(By wrong I mean "will break things".) Suppose we're about to use dd. We've chosen a valid set of if, of, and possibly seek and skip. We've carefully ensured that the command will not write past our ...
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Is mounting a filesystem as read-only enough to prevent FS/data corruption in case of power loss?

I have a home-made HTPC setup. I often plug and unplug USB drives on it (be it HDD/SSD or USB memory stick). I was wondering whether just unplugging these drives without umounting them first would be ...
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Chkdsk gives following output “NTFSNTFSNTFSNTFS”

I have Windows 8.1 Pro N x64 and I got an error saying "This directory is corrupt" so I decided to run a chkdsk on my C: drive. I put in the Command prompt "chkdsk /f C:" but It gave me the output of ...
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Attempted to format MicroSD card, card became inaccessible, is the card trashed?

I attempted to format a brand new Class 4 8 GB Unirex MicroSD card using a USB adapter to my Windows computer using SDFormatter v4.0. I set the format settings to be Quick format type with Format ...
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Unable to format partitioned 32 GB micro SD card

I am unable to format my 32 GB micro SDHC card after I made two partitions on it. First partition is FAT32. Second is 4 GB ext3. Now I am unable to format my card and delete partitions on it. It ...
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Corrupt NTFS filesystem causes ntfsfix to hang

I have a hard drive that became corrupted during a Windows Update. It's possible that the drive became full and the update aborted in the middle, but I'm unsure. Whatever the cause, the ntfs has ...
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Lost all data after compressing disk. Now what?

In an attempt to solve an inherent Windows problem, I tried to compress my main partition (using windows own compressing option), like in the figure below, and then, when I reboot it says "Bootmgr is ...
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Which file is the boot critical file that is corrupt/damaged?

Trying to figure out which file needs to be repaired. Running windows x64 home premium I don't have a optical drive on the laptop, but have sub drives.windo The startup repair log says: Bugcheck ...
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Problems making recovery work on Windows 8.1 EFI - recovery partition in raw (data still accessible)

My problem started with a failed migration from HDD to SSD. I created the copy which should work without problems, but the SSD was somewhat incompatible with my setup (drive visible in BIOS, but not ...
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Unable to see data on an external HDD, is it infected?

I will try to describe the problem directly: suddenly I am unable to acces the data I have on my external HDD. It's name has changed, both Ubuntu and Windows(7 and 8) complain when I plug in the ...
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More robust choice for filesystem [closed]

I have to format a new external HD, 1 TB. I want to have an independent partition of ~300 GB which should be very robust against damage (last time I lost the entire HD since it fall down). Of course ...
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SD Card voids writes

I have a 2 GB SD card that I plug into my computer through a switchless USB adapter. At first, the SD card was unformatted, so I gave it a msdos partition table and a total FAT32 partition. I use the ...
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btrfs restore specific directory

I have a damaged btrfs filesystem, and I am using btrfs restore to restore it. It seems to work. The problem is that the damaged filesystem is quite huge, and I need only to restore just one ...
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Laptop mSata SSD data loss after shutdown

Laptop: Acer Aspire M5-481TG mSata SSD: Liteonit LMT-128-M3M SSD is first in boot order, I have also tried every other boot order but nothing works. I have also tried resetting BIOS settings. Issue: ...
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linux kernel starting issue (file system corrupted) on nand flash memory

please look at here for the trace. To make it short : I need a way to erase flash memory (Root file system) on my arm device to be able to install a linux kernel + file system again. So, let me ...
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Corrupted HDD: lost partitions, shrunken drive, damaged boot sectors, CHS and LBA mismatch

So yesterday I received a "dead" 1TB WDC WD10 JVPX-22JC3T0 laptop HDD from a relative. I never really faced anything like this before, but I tried. History: It had been used in a Windows machine, ...
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Is a recovered file a FUSE system file?

I have a 1 TB NTFS external hard drive used for data and backup for both Windows and Linux. It got corrupted and I repaired it with chkdsk in Windows. Chkdsk recovered a collection of files with ...
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Windows 8 - DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth Crashes - Error Code 0x800F0906

Background Info: I have a virtual copy of Windows 8 Pro x64 running on Oracle Virtual Box. When I try to install update KB2977766-X64, I receive error code 0x80073712. This occurs when I use both ...
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Microsoft OneNote files in the future

I'm holding information on Microsoft OneNote files that i pretend to use later on, even like 30-40 years in the future. I will be always backing up those files, and i will go keeping them on ...