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Tutorial Nawawalang files sa usb/flash drive dahil sa virus ibalik natin!

Discussion in 'Windows Tools & Tips' started by jkevin10, Jul 22, 2016.

  1. Nawalan ka ba ng Files sa Flash drive mo dahil may virus ang computer na sinalpakan mo?..


    Katinapay naka hide lang yan tinagong Virus nasa loobaparin ng Flashdrive mo yancheck mo properties nya marami parin laman.. :D

    Ganito gagawinmo dyan..

    1. alamin ang assigned driver letter ng Flash drive mo kunwari tinignan mo sa MyComputer

    F sya or drive F

    2.ngayon punta ka sa CMD/ Command Prompt

    *Type your driver letter
    ex: kung "F" sya ganito itytype nyo :F
    3. press Enter (nasa location kana ng F nyan)
    4. type this or copy and paste this command lines attrib -r -a -s -h /s /d
    0r
    5. pwede rin ito lang attrib -s -h /s /d
    6. Press Enter
    7. magloloading yan matagal depende sa laki or capacity ng files nanakahide
    8. After that balik ka sa MyComputer tignan mo yong laman ng F (flash drive mo)
    may makikita kang folder na walang filename don!! ayon don tinago ni Virusmga files mo CONGRATS naibalik mo lahat ng nawalang files sa Flash drive mo hehehe..


    NOTE: para lang po ito sa Flash drive na nainfect po ng Virus... iba po ang process ng retrieving kapag nareformat


    mahalaga ito sa ibang technicians na sumasideline for downloading of songs ang apps tapos ilalagay sa MMC ng Costumer kapag nakita nyo na ganon ang sitwasyon ng MMC nya alam nyo na ngayon ang gagawin nyo :D:)

    GOD BLESS PO :)

    HIT LIKE KUNG NAKATULOG PO SA INYO!
     
  2. yanyanggg

    yanyanggg Addict Established

    Thanks sa tut dagdag kaalaman sa lahat ..
     
  3. thanks for the info...
     
  4. Dagdag ko lang para klaro sa user yung functions ng attrib command ng Windows:


    Attrib

    Displays, sets, or removes the read-only, archive, system, and hidden attributes assigned to files or directories. Used without parameters, attrib displays attributes of all files in the current directory.

    Syntax
    attrib [{+r|-r}] [{+a|-a}] [{+s|-s}] [{+h|-h}] [[Drive:][Path] FileName] [/s[/d]]

    Parameters
    +r : Sets the read-only file attribute.

    -r : Clears the read-only file attribute.

    +a : Sets the archive file attribute.

    -a : Clears the archive file attribute.

    +s : Sets the system file attribute.

    -s : Clears the system file attribute.

    +h : Sets the hidden file attribute.

    -h : Clears the hidden file attribute.

    [ Drive : ][ Path ] FileName : Specifies the location and name of the directory, file, or set of files for which you want to display or change attributes. You can use wildcard characters (that is, ? and *) in the FileName parameter to display or change the attributes for a group of files.

    /s : Applies attrib and any command-line options to matching files in the current directory and all of its subdirectories.

    /d : Applies attrib and any command-line options to directories.

    /? : Displays help at the command prompt.

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    Remarks
    • Working with groups of files

      You can use wildcard characters (that is, ? and *) with the FileName parameter to display or change the attributes for a group of files. If a file has the system or hidden attribute set, you must clear these attributes before you can change any other attributes for that file.

    • Using the archive attribute

      The archive attribute (that is, +a) marks files that have changed since the last time they were backed up. The xcopy command uses archive attributes. For more information about archive attributes and xcopy, see Related Topics.

    • The attrib command, with different parameters, is available from the Recovery Console.
    Examples
    To display the attributes of a file named News86 located on the current drive, type:

    attrib news86

    To assign the read-only attribute to the file named Report.txt, type:

    attrib +r report.txt

    To remove the read-only attribute from files in the \Public\Jones directory on a disk in drive B and from files in any subdirectories of \Public\Jones, type:

    attrib -r b:\public\jones\*.* /s

    Consider a scenario where you want to give an associate a disk containing all files in the default directory on a disk in drive A, except files with the .bak extension. Because you can use xcopy to copy only those files marked with the archive attribute, you need to set the archive attribute for those files you want to copy. First, you need to set the archive attribute for all files on drive A. Second, you need to clear the archive attribute for those files with the .bak extension. For example, type:

    attrib +a a:*.* attrib -a a:*.bak

    Next, use xcopy to copy the files from the disk in drive A to the disk in drive B. The /a command-line option in the following command causes xcopy to copy only those files marked with the archive attribute. For example, type:

    xcopy a: b: /a

    If you want xcopy to clear each file's archive attribute after it copies the files, use the /m command-line option instead of /a. For example, type:

    xcopy a: b: /m

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    Kung instant fix, usbfix lang, ayos na problema: Please or Register to view links
    OK agad using free version.
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2016
  5. waffazup

    waffazup Eternal Poster Established

    thanks for, sharing boss..
     
  6. Reganzz_raven

    Reganzz_raven Addict Established

    Pwude bato sa memory card??pm me po
     
  7. Fallout

    Fallout Journeyman Established

    Salamat sa info, keep on sharing
     
  8. jumboH

    jumboH Addict Established

    The tutorial is working 100% . but the issue if a pc used is infected with trojan, it won't work.
     
  9. all you need to do is tap f10 click tools, folder options, view tab, click show hidden files and uncheck operating system and voila you can see what hidden in your flash drive.
     
  10. jcerana

    jcerana Eternal Poster Established

    Thanks po dto. Yung isa lng alam ko. Hehe
     
  11. Ms Extraordinary

    Ms Extraordinary PHC Master Established

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  12. thanks!
     
  13. Cio2016

    Cio2016 Enthusiast Established

    Thanks sa pag share dagdag kaalaman naman ito
     
  14. abcdugay

    abcdugay Enthusiast Established

    t
    ty sa added info boss....wizard
     
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