Missing directory after you add or rewrite a file . Win 7 64 bit,


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    Windows 7 64 bit
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    Missing directory after you add or rewrite a file . Win 7 64 bit,


    I have folders in "my documents" named images-2011, images-2012, images-2013. When I add image files to images-2013, the folder Is no longer displayed. When I browse in e.g. Photoshop,the folder is not listed. If I type in the path manually it opens the folder. Reorganizing the file system doesn't to help. If I use Windows explorer to copy the folder the new folder appears. There are thousands of files in the folder. Is there a limit on number of files or the size of the folder? If is not just photoshop that has the problem. New dell workstation, Xeon processor, 16 GB ram. Unfortunately, the problem does not occur for every file that s edited.
    Thanks
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    Winndows 7 32 bit
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    Rparker said:
    I have folders in "my documents" named images-2011, images-2012, images-2013. When I add image files to images-2013, the folder Is no longer displayed. When I browse in e.g. Photoshop,the folder is not listed. If I type in the path manually it opens the folder. Reorganizing the file system doesn't to help. If I use Windows explorer to copy the folder the new folder appears. There are thousands of files in the folder. Is there a limit on number of files or the size of the folder? If is not just photoshop that has the problem. New dell workstation, Xeon processor, 16 GB ram. Unfortunately, the problem does not occur for every file that s edited.
    Thanks
    Hi Rparker,

    Welcome to the community.

    Kindly post the screenshot of the issue you are getting while trying to access or transfer files. Check this to know how you can post screenshots here:

    Screenshots and Files - Upload and Post in Seven Forums

    Also if it has started recently after installing any new software then you can try system restore by following steps here:

    System Restore

    You can also check this link below which might be helpful:

    Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7

    Keep us posted with the results so we can advice you further.
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