TFS get lastest version

I get the latest version from fts. everything looks normal. In output window it shows "All files are up to date". But a lot if files are not there in a lot of folders. In visual studio, all files names are shown but with yellow warning sign which could mean the files are not available.  Why is it and how can i resolve it? Thanks a lot. I'm working in VS 2010.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
Try using the Get Specific Version option, and select the "Overwrite all files even if the local version matches the specified version" option.
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minglelinchAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your comments. My root cause is that when I delete folder I deleted the whole project on server which caused a big issue. Now it is resolved. Thank you.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I have learned that important lesson with TFS:  when you want to change something, do it from Source Control, and commit changes, otherwise you can quickly get out of sync between the local database, and the central repository database.  The only time that I need to delete folders in Windows Explorer is when I have deleted a project in TFS, and there are straggler files that were never checked in (i.e. \bin or \obj files, so TFS can't delete the folder,
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