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Missing files after refresh

When I save something on USB it shows on the USB file window. But when I click on refresh they disappear.

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Give it some time to refresh. Maybe the computer is using most of tis resources and it takes some time to show the contents again. Also, check what type of view you have( under view= thumbnails, list, etc)
Some previews will take forever to show.

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