Question about Kingston (DTIU3/2GB) 2 GB USB Hard Drive

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No files can be seen when i open it but when i go to its peoperties more than half of the 8GB is in use meaning my files are still in there only that when i open the usb its blank, no files can be detected. How i can recover my files contained in the USB?

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Hi,
Go to command prompt, go to your pendrive drive, enter the command
ex:
g:\dir /ah
to see hidden files

g:\attrib -h xyz
to unhide the folder

g:\xyz\copy x c:
copy the content of folder to c :

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    g:\ explorer xyz

    to open in window

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Go to my my computer find the usb drive it will have a letter designation right cick it then left click explore an extract all the files you want.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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