When the C drive gets limited in space, I take some space from the D drive and the audio files in D drive corrupted and can not open. How do I open these files?
Does this mean that you partitioned your D: drive and added some space into C: drive? If it is so, you should have backed up your D: drive before partitioning. Although this type of corruption is not anticipated, backing up always keeps you safe. Now there are very less chances of recovering anything from the corrupted files, unless a professional takes it up.I take some space from the D drive