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Flash brive wont work

My flash drive is full, but when I put it in the USB port it indicates that there are zero files; however, under the properties it indicates the flash drive is full of data.

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The problem wasn't my flash drive, it was the USB cable that ran from my printer to my hard drive. All I had to do was change the location of the USB cable to another location and the flash drive worked after that with no problems.

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