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Source Tree removed my files after keep on asking my username and password

Hi,

I have ran into a problem. Source Tree has removed my many files. here's what was happening.

  • I tried to commit my code (successful)
  • I tried to push my code to origin (unsuccessful)
  • Then Source Tree started asking me username password in popups for multiple times (although the username and password was correct and i had active internet connection)
  • Then I tried to resume my work where my development tool asked me to reload the project. (It is usual in case of Android Studio (the development tool I use))
  • After this my many files were lost.
  • When I tried to reset to my commit I found out that commit also had lost all those files.

Please guide me what I can do to get my lost files back.

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minnsey Atlassian Team Dec 10, 2018

If the files were committed, then they should be visible via the log view, under one of the last commits.

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