Currently Being ModeratedMar 14, 2013 8:11 PM (in response to Rick Applelover)
Yanking out a drive while it's being written to could corrupt the data. However, even if the drive isn't actively being written to, you could still corrupt the data. By default, most operating systems use what's called write caching to get better performance out of your computer. When you write a file to another drive—like a flash drive—the OS waits to actually perform those actions until it has a number of requests to fulfill, and then it fulfills them all at once (this is more common when writing small files). When you hit that eject button, it tells your OS to flush the cache—that is, make sure all pending actions have been performed—so you can safely unplug the drive without any data corruption.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 14, 2013 8:54 PM (in response to KarenSelena)
ANY SOLUTION TO THIS ???? HOW TO REPAIR A CORRUPT OS THEN ??
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2013 12:22 PM (in response to Rick Applelover)
Is there something wrong with your iPad now? If so, what?
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2013 12:58 PM (in response to KarenSelena)
And by the way, typing in all caps is considered yelling.
Try giving your iPad a reset. Hold down the sleep and home keys, past when you see the red power down slider and until you see the silver apple. Let it reboot and see if that helps.
Since you pulled that cable during syncing it may need other things done to recover from that. I honestly can't say. I haven't experienced it.