With Windowa 7 Basic

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March 29, 2012 at 19:55:08
Specs: Windows 7, Pentium Core 2 Quad / 4 GB
After i operate my computer about 2 month ago never find trouble but now my partition drive thats drive letter D:\> can not to open again, why ? when i see properties the drive D:\> appear amount of total my count partition likely empty drive, but i am sure my all file not miss.

Can anybody explain to me and give me some solve to fix it? and i don't want to re-format my partition. thanks you.

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March 30, 2012 at 03:57:27
Have you checked your user permissions?
Have you checked hidden files? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/...

If a partition is not showing anything, it could be because you're locked out of it.

If you can access the partition, if you can read it, copy files to it, and you have show hidden files turned on, then it's blank. Why or how it became blank isn't within my ability to answer.

If you want to try quick free file recovery, google "recuva" ^^ or undelete 360!

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March 30, 2012 at 04:33:04
"With Windowa 7 Basic" makes it sound like you have a factory build inexpensive computer or netbook, but "Gigabyte z68xp....ssd" makes it sound like you have a nice custom built machine with probably multiple drives. Which is it? If you are taking about a basic netbook or all in one (or most factory built machines) then your D drive is your recovery drive which should appear empty or even hidden and you should not mess with it. If you have a custom machine with multiple drives or partitions then the above advice applies. Recover all of the data off it that you can, delete any partition (other than your C drive), create a new partition and format it. Then put back a copy of your files and test the drive with your hard drive mfg's utility and always keep a back up of your files (I like an extra internal hard drive for back ups while others prefer an external drive).

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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