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Hi I have 500gb Roco Hard disk, in which i hide some folder, which i couldnt able view now even after doing "show hidden file option". Thanks

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Use the following command in command prompt and your problem will be gone for sure (it will not delete any content) :-

attrib -r -s -h g:\* /s /d

Note:- (replace "g" letter in the above command by your
500gb Roco Hard disk drive letter)

To open command prompt press WindowKey+R and write cmd in the box and press enter. Then write the above command on the command prompt window and press enter.

Some files are also system hidden and they can only be seen using this command.

---->Attrib command is use to change the Attributes of file/folder to showup(unhide) in windows. use attrib/? at command prompt for help.

Hope this will help....cheers:)

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