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Cant see folders on computer

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i recently deleted a virus called "funny UST scandal.avi.exe" from my mp3 and now i cant see any of the folders on my computer. I can see them on the mp3 and view them still on it but now i cannot add any new songs or videos.... plz help :)

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Use Windows Media Player to do your transferring instead of windows explorer, and see if that does the trick.

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