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My files are not shown in my usb? but it is in the usb as per properties volume.

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You may try some file recovery program to scan the usb and recover the files.
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Your files may deleted from your USB hard drive. you can recover your files deleted from USB flash drive. if you have not overwritten new files into your usb flash drive, you have great chance, if you have, you can recover part of them.
here is a guide helps you recover deleted files step by steps.
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All right! Based on my experiences, there are two ways to go for you:
1). Try to show these hidden files back like this:
Start => Run => Type in "control folders" and press "OK" =>Click "View" and hook "Show hidden files and folders"=> Press "OK".
2). Try to recover these inaccessible files back for free with the help of a file data recovery freeware here:
http://blog4mark.blogspot.com/2012/12/deleted-files-recovery.html


Next time, you should never save the needed files on only one hard drive.

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Try to look your USB drive status in Disk Management, after connecting it to your computer.

If its showing 'RAW', that means your USB is having file system corruption and needs to be formatted. Moreover, you can go for the 'View Show Hidden File and Folders' to see if its not mark as hidden.

If none of the option helps, using file recovery program is the only way that can helps you to get your stuff back.
P.S.: Avoid using USB till you successfully recover the files as using it further might permanently delete all important files from it.

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For recovery software, I bought one before, cost me 49 bucks but working very well, and good thing is that it's one time payment and then it allows me to use forever. Take a look if you do not mind paying 49 bucks to get back your pictures. http://www.restoredeleteddata.net/

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If your files are not showing up on a USB flash stick, you can try to recover them with software like: http://download.cnet.com/VaioSoft-Recovery-Manager/3000-2094_4-10286449.html?tag=mncol;1
It should also work on SD, SDHC, memory stick (Pro, Duo), multimedia cards (MMC), Xd, and other common camera card formats.
Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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