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    wbsf HD problems .

    My son played switcht of and all games were gone on the external hd?

    Its an wbsf one partition only 1TB hard disk (Western Digital) and was working perfectly for more than a year with Configurable USB Loader.

    Whats the best way , program to try and recover , before i start meddeling and accedently wipe all .


    Luckely I have a smaller hd with some games i copied to keep him happy for the moment but he wants his bigg collection back .


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    Quote Originally Posted by wiipoker View Post
    My son played switcht of and all games were gone on the external hd?

    Its an wbsf one partition only 1TB hard disk (Western Digital) and was working perfectly for more than a year with Configurable USB Loader.

    Whats the best way , program to try and recover , before i start meddeling and accedently wipe all .


    Luckely I have a smaller hd with some games i copied to keep him happy for the moment but he wants his bigg collection back .


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    go to start
    right click on my computer
    click on manage
    then click on storage
    then click on disk management
    then right click on your 1TB hard disk (Western Digital) usb and select add letters and path
    window will pop up then click on add
    the select a letter and click on ok

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    I am having similar problem and looking for some possible way to recover the data. Did you ever find a way?

    Regarding suggestion to add letter to the drive, mine doesn't have that option when I right click the drive in disk management. It gives me option for New Simple Volume, New Spanned Volume, New Striped Volume, Properties, and Help.

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