|29 May 2011||#1|
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HELP: Files are intact, but Windows Explorer can't see them!
My problem is that my files and folders don't show up under windows explorer.
The files and folders are intact, and they DO show up with Tree Size Free, for example, AND THEY ARE ACCESSIBLE! That is, I can view photos and watch video if I launch it from Tree Size Free.
So the files are not deleted or anything. They are just not visible to windows explorer.
The files and folders don't show up under windows explorer, but the space they occupy is registered so if I right click on the drive and go to properties, it shows all the used space it should, it just won't show the files USING the used space!
Again, the files DO show up using other software such as Tree Size Free, and they are accessible and work properly.
Any idea why windows explorer cannot see the files, folders or access them?
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