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Windows 7: Unable to see Folders in Pendrive.

21 Jul 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nilesh1foru View Post

( I am more surprise beacuse, folders didnt seems on Windows XP too...
Folder began to appear when I begins to type folder name in search box of windows 7....list appears...
I have tried to explore the Pendrive in command prompt too... it simply shows the files not the folders....)
(Color coded my responses )

So.. when you click the start menu, and begin typing the name of a folder on the PEN DRIVE, it shows up under results?! Are you ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE the folders it finds are ones on the pendrive and not somewhere else on the computer? This is where a screenshot is helpful.

Unless that screenshot proves this wrong.. those two statements together realllllly make me think there arent any folders on the pendrive, just files..

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21 Jul 2010   #12

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Thanks Mike, that's exactly why I asked for a screenshot showing the path!
Nilesh, If you need help with a screenshot please just say and one of use will guide you towards the Snippet tool!
Am away from my PC now for a couple of hours!
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