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Can't see the folders in external hard drive (Tricks)


Hi Friends,

I found this article on Kioskea & sharing with you. Actually i found many solution for the problem (unable to see folders in external hard drive) But i got this article very helpful.


Try this 1 

Follow all the steps as given below. 

Check whether the files are not in hidden mode. Follow the following steps. 

Step 1: 

Click on the below link and download the file "AutorunExterminator" 

http://en.kioskea.net/download/download-11613-autorun-exterminator 

[Note : Make sure Dot Net Framework is installed in your PC to install the 

"AutorunExterminator" OR 

Click on the below link and download the Dot Net Framework 

http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=25150] 

Extract it --> Double-click on "AutorunExterminator" --> Plug your external hard 

drive now. 

This will remove the autorun.inf files from your external hard drive and also from 

drives. 

Step 2: 

Click on "Start" --> In search bar, type cmd. Right-click on the command prompt 

that appears in the search and select "Run as administrator". 

"Command Prompt" will be opened. 

Here I assume your flash drive as G: 

Enter this command. 

attrib -h -r -s /s /d g:\*.* 

You can copy the above command --> Right-click in the Command Prompt and 

paste it. 

Note : Replace the letter g with your external hard drive letter. 

Now check for your files in External Hard Drive. 

Step 3: 

After that, download the Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware from the below link 

http://en.kioskea.net/download/download-105-malwarebytes-anti-malware 

Update it --> Perform "Full Scan" 

Note : Default selected option is "Quick Scan". 

Good Luck.

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