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Folder and File options

I upgraded the software for my P1i and post that I do not have the Hide option under properties for either a folder or a file.Please help me with that

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    same thing after update

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Well that just means that Sony removed it from the phone.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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its not from microsoft explorer, you have to be inside folder then hit tools and folder options and show or hide files.
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To enable the viewing of Hidden files follow these steps:

Close all programs so that you are at your desktop.

Double-click on the My Computer icon.

Select the Tools menu and click Folder Options.

After the new window appears select the View tab.

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Hi Mykk

If you are using Microsoft windows then follow the following steps to hide any files and folder:

1. Right click the file or folder that you want to hide
2. Go to Properties
3. Now in the Attribute Section (Below the size of files or folder)
4. Now You'll be able to see two check box option i.e. "Read-only" & "Hidden".
5. Now check mark the Hidden Option in Attribute Section.
6. Click Apply Button.
7. Confirm the option to apply settings to Subfolder & files(This confirmattion is asked only if you are hiding any folder).
8. Click OK.

9Now you'll be seeing that the folder or file's color has been changed that means you have hidden file or folder Successfully.

10. Now Go to "Tools" in menu bar
11. Click "Folder options"
12. Go to "View" Tab
13. Now in Hidden files and folder optin below Select the redio box i.e. "Do not show hidden files and folders"
14. Click Apply button
15. Click Ok


To Unhide your files or folder follow the steps from 10-15, by just making changes in step 13.
You just have to select the radio box i.e. "Show hidden files and folders.
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Folder hide


Open tools menu, on top bar of your folder, and chose option 'folder options'. Alternatively open 'folder options' from control panel.
In 'folder options' box use view files option. In view files chose display hidden files and display system file.
Here is the way to do this in detail

To change attributes click right button of mouse on folder, chose properies, at the bottom of properties box you have the attributes.

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