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Help...Please... over 3,000 mp3s at stake

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by seven.13, Aug 10, 2002.

  1. seven.13

    seven.13 Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Help...Please... over 3,000 mp3s at stake

    Discussion started by seven.13 - Aug 10, 2002

    Hi yes well.
    My younger sibling helped the computer contract the iloveyou virus...

    I don't have a working anti virus program, so I did things manually...

    Erased all .vbs files
    Deleted a few things in Regedit
    and things appear to be ok.


    But...I want to recover my mp3s.. and that i dont know how to do.
    I looked around online and all what i got was

    execute the following command attrib -h *.* /s in the base directory that contained your files.

    I opened the MS DOS prompt and entered, DesktopMP3
    and i get bad command or file name...

    Any help at all would be appreciated....Grazie

    :eek:
     
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  2. Ronnie Dobbs

    Ronnie Dobbs 12oz Senior Member

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    Ronnie Dobbs - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    dizzam!
     
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  3. platapie

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    platapie - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    someone help inky out now!
     
  4. seven.13

    seven.13 Dirty Dozen Crew

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    seven.13 - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    ^
     
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  5. platapie

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    platapie - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    i wish i could help you out with this inky. btu when it comes to computers im a grade a moran.
     
  6. THEdude

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    THEdude - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    uh....ummmmm.oh ah ehhhhh
    uh


    I don't know


    help him!!!
     
  7. seven.13

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    seven.13 - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    It's ok platapie, thanks for being nice though..
     
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  8. GLIK$

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    GLIK$ - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    wow man that sucks HARD.
     
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  9. -sudz-

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    hmm try mirc #win95 #help #windows #tech any of those will do, they will know how to help you
     
  10. Dirty_habiT

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    Dirty_habiT - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    Dude, you gotta type "cd "
    then "cd windows" or "cd winnt"

    A. then "cd desktop"
    then "cd mp3s"
    then take hide off of the attributes (with that command...."attrib -h *.*")

    *or*

    B. then "cd profiles"
    "cd *whateverthefuckyourusernamesi*"
    "cd desktop"
    "cd mp3s"
    unhide.



    Remember you can list only the directories within a directory by doing "dir /a /w" the /w keeps it from goin off your screen.

    I hope that helps.
     
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  11. seven.13

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    seven.13 - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    Ok... I unhid file in my mp3 folder and got back a few hundred files.


    then in ms dos i did

    attrib -h -s *.mp3 /S

    and i got back 2,625 out of 3,014 mp3s :)
    thanks dirty habit..

    80% of my jpgs are gone though. blah.
     
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    DEE - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    go dirty go dirt!!


    ink, man...... that was a scare
     
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    Dirty_habiT - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    welcome.
     
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  14. THEdude

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    yay!:)
     
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    12ozProfesor - Replied Aug 10, 2002

    i got a question for you dirty_habit, say someone accidentally deleted his "command.com" file, how would this fellow go about getting it back?
     
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