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Copy data of 40 pin ide flash module

Dear sir
i have transcend 40 pin ide flash module.
there is data in it. i want to copy the to cd rom. but the problem it doesnt show the files in windows explorer. please give me the solution
thanks

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If its accesible than ur problem might be easy...check if u putt ur files hidden by hitting ctrl + a...if a msg apper thats it..go folder option and chek the show hidden files..if a msg dont appear try recovery prorames or try file transfer wizar

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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