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Temporarily lost files.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Brockk4, Feb 7, 2007.

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  1. Brockk4

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    Hello. I have a Fujitsu lifebook (tablet pc). i just turned on my computer a few minutes ago and all after the startup i had none of my files. all of the programs i had previously had downloaded were all there, but all of my files such as notes for my classes were gone. this was quite a scare but i rebooted and they reappeared. am i at risk for losing my harddrive. i'm ging to backup my files asap but i'd just like to know. thanks.
     
  2. bonk

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    Is your HDD Un-usually noisey.......

    How old is the HDD?
     
  3. Brockk4

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    the whole computer's only a year old and not noisy.
     
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    less than a year actually, 6 mons
     
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    That is the case then unlikely to be your HDD......if it happen a few more times contact the people you bought it off....as it is still under warranty I would think.
     
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