Can someone tell me what CHKDSK is supposed to do with file fragments it finds? All it seems to have done for me is place them into a big folder with FILE####.CHK as names. I can’t rename all of this… the files are rather useless like that, why does chkdsk do that to the files it recovered, isnt there a way it can restore the original filenames they had?
If I run CHKDSK again, is there a key I should use with it following a / ?

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This is a computer science issue, not a chemistry one. :stuck_out_tongue: