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By ft85 ·
hi there

i have been having a problem with my DNS 343 and somebody accidentally deleted the folder which has a lot of Important files in it.

what i did was to remove the Hard disk from DNS the one which the folder was deleted from , and when i put the Disk in the System it Refused to work , but it could show me that the Disk is Healthy , and i can't even access the files

i went thru computer management and Disk management and i could see my disk as basic but still couldn't access it , then i tried to change it to dynamic disk still i couldn't access it ,

now i have a software called Easy Recovery , where i ran data recovery and i recovered a total amount of data which comes with no names , now i was wondering how to get them in a normal way as the way it was before in my computer ?

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by CharlieSpencer In reply to Easy Recovery

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