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Missing files after removing hard drive. Discs is as full, but files do not appe

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June 26, 2011 11:49:52 AM

Hey guys. I recently removed one of my hard drives and briefly put it in another computer to transfer some large files.

When I put the drive back in, My folder of TV episodes shows only the main folder and subfolders, but when I open any of the sub folders they are empty.

The drive sill shows that it is just as full as it should be, but I can't navigate to the actual video files.

I did some registry repairs, as I read that that might be a problem, but they didn't fix anything. System Restore also made no difference.

Any ideas on how to solve this? If I reformat my main OS Drive, I think the issue will be fixed and I can see my files again, if it is indeed a problem with windows.

All other files on the D:/ drives are where they are supposed to be and play fine. It is just the folder with TV shows.

I don't mind a reformat, but if there is a simple tool for repairing this kind of thing, I'd rather go with that.

Any information as to why this might have happened would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks Guys-

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June 28, 2011 7:06:28 AM

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