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Can you open the folder and the file are "invisible" or is the computer denying permission? Which Operating System? (XP? Vista? Linux? Ect?)

For now, unplug unit from computer, take batteries out, shutdown computer and reboot. BE SURE TO SHUT DOWN PROPERLY!!!
After, try it again. If your using the prompt from Windows to view folder, you may want to try going through Start-->(My)Computer-->Disk D:, E:, F:, or whichever.

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