Hacking Corupted files, rid them w/o Fat32 format?

xtinct84

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Hi everyone, so I have an issue with a corrupted file that was unintensionally created from a Nitrotracker .xm save. All my attempts to move or delete this .xm and the directory it is within have been futile. There a way to do it without have to do a full Fat32 format on my microSD?
 

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If you're in Windows, run error checking on the memory card. (in Windows Explorer right click the drive, properties, then there'll be an error checking option in there somewhere in XP, I assume Vista works in a similar way). It will attempt to repair the damage or salvage what's left into a hidden folder (usually called "found000" or something like that) which you can then delete.
 

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Error checking is using chkdsk I think...

in dos/command prompt:
chkdsk /f x:

where x: is the drive letter. It'll fix up any file corruptions, keep in mind if a file is corrupted beyond repair, it won't be able to recover it.
 
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