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How can I restore my lost files in my flash drive or USB?

I scanned my USB then the virus is detected and I fixed it all and then I went to my files then I didn't see a folder which contains all my important files in there. I know I feel frustrated. Its lost, please give me a tip or idea to resolve it. I have tried: I scanned it back, there is no virus detected and I went to my files and they got lost. I think it was caused by: The virus in the previous computer I used, how to resolve it?

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Hi, I could not recover my USB Flash drive, how can I recover it?

I could not open my Flash drive and it showed a shortcut only all of my files are gone and when I try open it it has pop up question "Do you want to delete this shortcut?" and I already did the CMD prompt action still it has no use. I really need the files now since my important documents such as thesis are there.

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