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    Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    I've got Windows 7 and Ubuntu 13.04 (with Ubuntu 12.04 nothing changed) on my Acer on varied drives and I've got drives for only Data. And after using the Ubuntu, when I switch systems, Windows removing New Files which appeared using Ubuntu and restore Removed Files which I removed using Ubuntu. So how can I ban Windows doing it. May be I could just ban Windows using drive with Data, but how?

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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    Quote Originally Posted by UnUnlucker View Post
    I've got Windows 7 and Ubuntu 13.04 (with Ubuntu 12.04 nothing changed) on my Acer on varied drives and I've got drives for only Data. And after using the Ubuntu, when I switch systems, Windows removing New Files which appeared using Ubuntu and restore Removed Files which I removed using Ubuntu. So how can I ban Windows doing it. May be I could just ban Windows using drive with Data, but how?
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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    Sorry girl, but it's about Windows 8, and he means that Windows 7 haven't got this problems

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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    Any Windows version creates this problem when you hibernate instead of shutting it down completely. So if you make Windows shut down also when closing the lid or timing out (screen-saving, locking and ...), you will avoid this problem.

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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    When Windows hibernates, it saves a copy of the partition information so that when it re-awakens, it can restore the partitions to the states they were when it was hibernated. So, not only are any changes lost during hibernation, you are also risking corrupting the filesystem if you make such changes.

    As sudodus indicates, you should NOT hibernate Windows if you are dual-booting.
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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    Thanks a lot guys, but I don't what to do now, as I in the Linux, and if I try to switch it to Windows to avoid the hibernating, he'd again do it.

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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    Quote Originally Posted by UnUnlucker View Post
    Thanks a lot guys, but I don't what to do now, as I in the Linux, and if I try to switch it to Windows to avoid the hibernating, he'd again do it.
    Sorry, but as long as Windows continues hibernating, this problem will remain.
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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    OK, that's good, how can I close the Thread?

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    Re: Windows removing New Files and restore Removed Files

    Quote Originally Posted by UnUnlucker View Post
    OK, that's good, how can I close the Thread?

    Hi,

    This is how you mark thread as solved on your first post -

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UnansweredPo.../SolvedThreads

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