Data disappeared from console and usb flash drive

Hi ill start with, your help will be greatly appreciated.

things have started to disappear from my console, fairly new the xbox 360 i have right now is with 2GBs of space, to be able to download a few demos and apps i tried using a usb flash drive.

A few days ago a couple of the profiles disappeared from the console, then the call of duty ad-on downloads (revolution and maps) disappeared. i use the usb flash drive for demo downloads, sometimes it shows half the demos on the drive until i unplug and plug the flash drive back in.

So the other night, to be able to accommodate the applications i use and the call of duty ad-on the revolution which takes over 1.6 gbs, I transferred all the profiles to the usb flash drive to keep with the demos, since it shows and counts the flash drive as a memory unit. and kept the application on the console. NOW today when i turned the system on it detects the flash drive but shows no profile or any of the demos on drive. after plugging and unplugging the drive multiple times and restarting the console i saw no difference, to check if the drive was accidentally formated or if things got deleted I used a PC though it showed nothing except a temp file even with a 'show hidden files' feature on, it showed that 14GBs out of 16GBs of the drive is still occupied. so they are all on the drive but i cant see it. i still havent let myself believed that all is lost, but it would indubitably SUCK! 



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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 4 Applies to:

Hey JamzRock. I have never heard of this issue occurring before. Have you tried clearing the cache? I would suggest you contact the Support officials at or tweet the everhelpful and supportive tweetfleet @XboxSupport to help resolve you issue. In regards to your question, truthfully, I don't know.

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