1. Duncan F Roberts's Avatar
    On Thursday evening (2300 BST) Windows 10 insisted on installing KB 40338782 & KB 4033637.

    Unbeknown to me Google switched my Google Drive service to 'Back up and Sync.'.

    I next used this machine on Friday evening and found files missing. I looked in the recycle bin and there were no fewer that 15,500 (!) files in it on Machine 1, 6,500 each on Machines 2 and 3. I am the only person with access to any of them so that is not a factor.
    Looking more deeply into this, I find that 600MB of data is actually missing out of over 1 Terabyte of data

    Google is being very coy over this and after 48 hours is not providing any answers other than saying that the issue has been referred to a "high level" for review.

    The equipment is two Apple iMACs and a MAC Book Pro all happily running PC. All are less than twelve months old and have new Licences not the Windows 7 upgrade.

    Is anything known about this issue? Googling does not produce an answer but the extent of the problem may be comparatively small. I have also now posed the same question to Google.
    Last edited by Duncan F Roberts; 09-17-2017 at 07:27 PM. Reason: add data
    09-17-2017 07:25 PM

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