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seven.13

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

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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

 

:o

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Guest platapie

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

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Guest THEdude

uh....ummmmm.oh ah ehhhhh

uh

 

 

I don't know

 

 

help him!!!

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Guest -sudz-

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

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Originally posted by ink Lunatic

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

 

:o

 

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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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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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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Guest socrates

I can't figure out how to make my computer make breakfast, can you help me put?

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ooooo damn disk operating system. i hate doing DOS, that's the only thing i am horrible at. ask me anything else about troubleshooting and it's all good.

 

i'm sorry ink sweets,at least you've got the good help that you needed!

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Guest imported_Tesseract
Originally posted by socrates

I can't figure out how to make my computer make breakfast, can you help me put?

 

Yeah, start eating floppy disks

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my computer makes breakfast.... where the hell have you people been? computers that don't do everything for you are soooooo 2 minutes ago..

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Guest imported_El Mamerro
Originally posted by platapie

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

 

Yes.

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My computer used to make me breakfast. But that was so 2 minutes ago.... I'm eating lunch now, that I made, and I got a Mac. My Mac is making me..... sick.

 

 

Naw, I'm sorry, sorry about the shameless Mac plug.

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<span style='color:limegreen'>The best thing you can do is format. You lost. I've had to format with over 3,000 MP3s myself. I'm on a 56k with no burner, either. I mean, I'm sure there is a way, but being the lazy fuck I am and the ignorant fuck I am to the "iloveyou" virus (Like oh my gawd, that is sooooo last year.), I'd say format.</span>

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