|I have a new PC ( HP with Windows 7) I kept getting a message to reinstall Adobe Flash. The place where I bought the computer told me to leave it so they could check it so I backed up data files onto a DVD. Sure enough, the tech trashed my hard drive and had to install a new one. He never answered the question about Adobe flash. I'm trying to load the back back on to my computer. When I try to read the DVD it clocks for a long time and then stops but won't open the folder. When I hover over the drive in windows explorer it says 184 MB of data. When I to a dos prompt and try to read the drive or try to copy the contents, I get a message "The volument does not contain a recognized file system|
Please make sure that all required file system driver are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted'
The files are mostly WORD, EXCELL or TXT files, They represent all my work for the past few years so I'm hoping they are not gone. I have previous back ups on a firelite flash drive - but the pins that the USB cable connect to are pushed inside the drive so the cable won't stay connected. Maybe theres a way to extra data from the flash drive - but those back ups are a lot older