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USB Flas Drive - Files disappeared

Saved a file onto the USB and left it in the slot and when tried to open the removable drive, it doesn't show any folder or files. it says 0 objects and 0 bytes. but when i choose the properties to see how full it is, it's almost full. and when i tried to open a new folder in the usb drive, it wouldn't let me. what can i do to retreive the files. thanks!!

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  • uhrmac Feb 16, 2009

    I have the same problem, but it shows files with 0 bytes. The drive has hidden files oddly the same size as what I was transferring.

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In the explorer make sure you can view hidden files. (Tools>folder options)

Check the file sizes of each file by mousing over. Add them all up manually. Is this the size of the disk ?

If the total size is not the full storage size copy over to the PC> format the drive and drop them back on.

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