Marriage pictures GONE!
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2004 15:25:07 -0700
I took pictures on my digital camera.
i connected through USB, i opened then the memory card of my camera through
"my computer" and selected the files (pictures) from the memory card, i
clicked "CUT", then made a folder on my desktop, named it and opened it, i
clicked PASTE and i waited for the files moving to end, then i closed
everything. I re-opened the folder on my desktop, the files were there.i
closed the whole, disconnected the USB and made the steps to shut down
properly. While shutting down windows, the power went off, so the pc went off
without shutting down normally. after arranging the power, i turned it on, i
didn't do the disk check ( i bypassed it) and when windows was on, my folder
was not on the desktop, i searched everywhere for it.... NOTHING! The
pictures disappeared from the pc, and they r no more on my memory stick
(camera) and the worst is that they are WEDDING PIX...
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