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Thread: Losing Files? Possible Solution Without Copying Th

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    Ok, Using FILE SYSTEM FAT32 If my computer shutdown, etc while dling, some files would disappear

    Using NTFS I havent had a single case, ON 2 computers, freezes, reboot, still there etc...

    Sooo I would recommend download windows 2000 pro, if you dont have it, or xp etc etc, and select use ntfs

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    hahaha ...nice idea but dnt work 4 everybody. i have 3 comps running Win 2000...Win Xp home...and win XP Pro Corparate ...all using NTFS an i still lose downloads...please try not to spread mis-information...thankz

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    Get a strong file recovery program like Ontrack Easy Recovery Proffessional and let it scan your hd for files that have been recently emptied out of the recycle bin.. It takes a long time to get them back, but it's worth it. (hey, it's not like it's copying the file back... it's basicly takeing an object that was just shattered into microscopic peices and putting it back together.. takes time)

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    Can somebody shed more light on this problem. I have had a terrible experience today downloading Matrix Reloaded, took me three days, and during the night, the file got completed and then just disappeared.
    It wont have gone to the recycle bin, so any program that looks for deleted files from recycle bin wont work.
    There must be some bug in kazaa. Will the developers of kazaa please check.

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    nope

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    Check C:\My Shared Folder
    or something...

    I havent lost any files so far on ntfs, or on another computer using ntfs..

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