1.    12 Apr 2017 #1
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    folders appear empty even though data is still on drives


    my mother who is running Windows 10 has not turned her computer on and quite some time. However this morning when she turned her PC on any folder she clicked on appears to be empty however the drive indicators in the "this computer" window show that there is data on the drive


    Does anybody know how to scan her hard drives and recover her data?

    Also does anybody know what might have caused this?
    While I still dont know why it happen...
    I had mother run chkdsk in Elevated CMD prompt afterward the folder content showed again
    Last edited by danni1of2; 13 Apr 2017 at 04:08.
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