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  1. Thank you, Administrator in above. When I say "the disk in problem vibrating for a while.. but... stopped soon", I used the data line and power line of WD HDD's. Finally... my Seagate HDD has gone! I decided to use not WFH but another way to hide or lock from others. I think, when I try to install WFH, it must warn me that "WARNING! If you install new version without unhiding files or folders in old version, you may lost your disk" I LOST MY TOTAL DISK!!! Because I installed FREE version under my responsibility, that's my fault.
  2. Thank you for Administrator, above.. But the problem still going on.. 1. Originally I have 4 disks. RevuAhn SSD 250GB (C:), WesternDigital HDD 500GB (D:), Seagate Barracuda HDD 500GB (E:), and DVD-ROM Drive (F:). The disk in problem is Seagate 500GB HDD. It is inside disk. After problem occurs, my computer cannot recognize Seagate HDD. So, E: drive is DVD-ROM and F: does not appear in either Disk Management window or Explorer window. 2. I changed the power line and data line, then I pushed power button. Wow... the disk in problem vibrating for a while... but... stoped soon. Accurately, vibration stoped when my screen displays below. INTEL logo BIOS Settings: <F2> Boot Menu: <F10> 3. I entered BIOS settings. F2 -> Advanced -> Drive Configuration and I can see below... SATA Port 0: RevuAhn_850X1S (256.0GB) SATA Port 1: HL-DT-STDVD-RA ATAPI SATA Port 2: [Not Installed] SATA Port 3: [Not Installed] So... my computer does not recognize Seagate HDD. I think... WFH updating without unhiding hidden folders, caused this problem. I am a fool, definitely... T.T Fast reply, I hope, please...
  3. Wow... I uploaded the image file... Thank you, xilolee! but maybe you cannot read the language in this image. "디스크" in korean is "disk" in english. You can see 디스크 0 (C:), 디스크 1 (D:) and CD-ROM 0 (E:). But before the problem occurs, there was one more HDD(디스크 2). It was E: drive, and CD-ROM 0 was F: drive. My system can not recognize the HDD(E:) whick the hidden folders are in. Please help me to recover the EXCEL files.... T.T
  4. I am trying to upload the image of Windows Disk Management... but I can't... I don't know how...
  5. Thank you for your reply... I waited so much.. T.T 1. I don't know exactly... But the new version is maybe 3.21 95 and old version is just previous version... I think... 2. I already opened Windows Disk Management, and checked out whether the disk is there... No, I can't see it... My Windows-7 is for korean, so I concerning you can't read korean characters... 3. I executed WFH very frequently... almost everyday... But the day I overwritten new version, I did't open WFH, and I didn't hide any folder or files that day...
  6. First, forgive my poor english... Below, I've read a topic [big Problem] After uninstall old ver, install new ver, then my folders gone!!! A similar problem happened to me. But not same exactly.. His problem is FOLDER, and my problem is DISK!! I didn't uninstall old ver... Simply I installed new ver, and after rebooting, I cannot find my DISK which the hidden folders are in.. Yes, I am a fool...... T.T My Windows 7 does NOT recognize a DISK itself, NOT FOLDER, NOT FILES... I seperated that disk from my computer, and attached another computer... But the DISK was not recognized... Excel files in two hidden folders are very important for me... What do I do...??? Plz help... please... P.S. My OS is Windows 7 for Korean. because I am a Korean... of course, South...
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