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Very strange that the one on the left looks so odd to me, yet the one on the right is fine.
Could you put the drive into an other computer running Linux and off load any valuable files then make a fresh start ?
This was in-line with the answer I gave, although it's nice now to have that reference ...
Finding the needle in the haystack: Differentiating “identical” twins in paternity testing and forensics by ultra-deep next generation sequencing.https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1872497313002275
Monozygotic (MZ) twins are considered being genetically identical, therefore they cannot be differentiated using standard forensic DNA testing. Here we describe how identification of extremely rare mutations by ultra-deep next generation sequencing can solve such cases. We sequenced DNA from sperm samples of two twins and from a blood sample of the child of one twin. Bioinformatics analysis revealed five single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) present in the twin father and the child, but not in the twin uncle. The SNPs were confirmed by classical Sanger sequencing. Our results give experimental evidence for the hypothesis that rare mutations will occur early after the human blastocyst has split into two, the origin of twins, and that such mutations will be carried on into somatic tissue and the germline. The method provides a solution to solve paternity and forensic cases involving monozygotic twins as alleged fathers or originators of DNA traces.
Gradl and his team took samples from a pair of male twins and looked at the entire three-billion-letter sequence, and they found a few dozen differences in their DNA.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-25371014
The scientists also tested the son of one of the men, and found he had inherited five of the mutations from his father.
Having analysed the results, they are confident that they can now tell any twin from another, and from their children.
... can we assume the same for iron nanoparticles? ...
Any suggestions welcome before I scrap it altogether and go with the backups ...Recuva is a free Windows data-recovery program, worth a try.
... why do some metals ... stay colored after they cool?
... at the moment there isn’t enough reliable evidence to prove that cannabinoids – whether natural or synthetic – can effectively treat cancer in patientshttp://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/2012/07/25/cannabis-cannabinoids-and-cancer-the-evidence-so-far/