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What happens to ReFS if I reinstall Windows?

ReFS seems nice. As far as I know, it is some sort of software RAID. If so, the information is managed by the OS. What happens somehow Windows is corrupted and I reinstall Windows? Is all information ...
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Boot in windows

I have windows 8.1 installed on my laptop; I wanted to install ubuntu with a bootable usb. I think I unvolontary changed the type of the windows partition and now I can't boot on windows, i have the ...
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Linux directory becoming a clear plain text file

Did anyone encounter this before? I have a directory called opt which is working previously. Last few days ago, i tried to expand LVM size by using off-line expand. It show success but with some error ...
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How to edit directory structure in HEX in Windows?

I have some strange filesystem damage, where some files are treated as directories. Scandisk sees no problems. So, I would like to edit/check directory in HEX as it was in ancient times with Norton ...
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What would cause an .exe to vanish without a trace?

I have a few computers. One computer, at home, one day suddenly had its pgbouncer.exe vanish. The antivirus didn't have it in its virus chest [avast]. I couldn't find the bgbouncer anywhere. All the ...
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367 views

Why does my exFAT USB drive need repair whenever I accidentally unplug it?

Whenever I accidentally unplug my USB exFAT drive without ejecting it first, it either becomes read-only or disappears altogether from my file system when I plug it back in. I have to run a repair ...
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Files seem corrupted via USB, but device can play them

I have a portable media player with audio recording. I can play the files directly on the device, and navigate its folders using builtin controls. But if I attach it to a computer using a USB cable, ...
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How to recursively restore older folder version in Windows 7?

While working on the computer (Windows 7 - HP Laptop), I tried to move a large folder and the system/operation froze. I tried to kill the process from the task manager, then restarted the computer. ...
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456 views

Is my CF card broken?

I am trying to install Voyage Linux on a 4GB compact flash card according to these steps. However it always fails at some point. When I format the disk manually (as opposed to using the provided ...
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Linux, corrupted file, ran fsck, file still corrupted

Here's my situation: I have a server running Ubuntu Server 9.04 I copied a file on the server and was able to access the file from a Windows client computer without any problem. Then recently I ...
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How can I directly edit the filesystem of a flash drive / flash card?

I have an inaccessible SD card, and I need to manually rewrite the tables for the filesystem. Is there a method I can use to directly edit these file system tables in Windows 8? It should preferably ...
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193 views

Corruption-resistant file system that works across Windows and OSX?

I'm planning to build an external RAID-based media drive, and I'd like to use it across both my Windows and OSX machines. exFAT works for both operating systems, but from what I've heard, it's much ...
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chkdsk errors in Windows XP SP2 — how do I repair the file system?

I have problems booting my Windows XP SP2 in any mode. So, I ran the installation CD in the repair mode and entered the repair console. There, I ran the chkdsk command and found errors on my C ...