Windows was unable to save all the data for the file \ The Data has been lost Th Tags: Configuration Windows XP Last response: July 14, 2010 7:11 AM in Windows XP Share Anonymous July 14, 2010 6:35:43 AM Hello, hello More about : windows unable save data file data lost Saga Lout July 14, 2010 7:11:11 AM Quote:Hello, hello This can happen when you pull a flash drive form the USB port while Windows is still writing to it but it doesn't always mean what it says. Check the fles before worrying too much. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows was unable to save all the data for the file h:$mft Forum Free fix my computer window delayed write Data Lost Try to save this file elsewh Forum The data has been lost save data else where Forum my pc not showing icons and data after i deleted windows xp files save in hard disk c Forum SolvedI have been unable to locate anything that looks like Oribit\54. Either in Program Data or Documents and Settings. Forum SolvedLost Data on HP Simple Save//WD Green Forum Unable to save data Forum Solvedwindows XP won't boot--doesn't recognize HD and I need to save data Forum SolvedSeagate USB HDD and folders visible, but unable to access data files. Please help Forum Unable to store data or detect external HDD due to RAW file system Forum Re-installing Windows 7 For New Mobo and CPU?! + Instructions how to save data? Forum Re-installing Windows 7 For New Mobo and CPU?! + Instructions how to save data? Forum Lost my PST File after DATA Recovery Forum SolvedHow to save data from an EXTERNALLY connected Window 8 HD? Forum Lost data after installing windows 7 Forum repair windows on raid 0 and save data Forum SolvedLaptop won't boot Windows OS (motherboard damage), but still turns on. How to recover lost data? Forum Solvedremove windows from a hard drive without wiping program and file data Forum SolvedCan't open file in windows after transferring data from ubuntu (file refers to a location that is not available) Forum Unable to Read Data File on CD Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !