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Folder on the removable media used both FAT32 and NTFS file
systems in Windows operating system. Some of these attributes in the rule of
the people (name, size, creation date, and time) can be seen, others have
explicit measures to ensure Windows. Among the latter are "read only"
(if set, the folder cannot be erased) and "hidden" (if set, the
folder does not appear in the parent directory.) A folder is set with one of
these protected attributes clear. With a few extra steps, but you can secure a
folder from a memory stick.
1. Connect the memory stick for your computer. Windows will
recognize it automatically and make your content accessible.
2. Click the "Start" and "run" (without
quotation marks) into the search box. Click the "Run" link, type
"cmd" and press Enter. A command window opens.
3. Type the following commands in the command window:
cd "\ myfiles \ projects"
Replace "E:"with the drive letter for the Memory
Stick and replace "\ myfiles \ projects" with the full path to the
folder containing the folder you want to delete protected. Press Enter after
typing each line.
4. Type the following command to remove the attributes
currently prevents you from deleting the folder:
attrib -r -h folderName /e
"Folder Name" Substitute the name of the folder
you want to delete. Press "Enter ".
5. Delete the folder by clicking "Start", then
"Computer". Navigate to the folder you want to delete, click once and
press Shift-Delete. "Windows will erase a protected folder from memory
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