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I can't attrib the files I have in my SD card?

I tried to attrib it many times yet the files were not found. what should I do?. I have tried: I tried to attrib using cmd.. I think it was caused by: I inserted it to a computer, after that my files were not found

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  • the SD card might be write-protected. Either change the lock-switch position or enable viewing hidden files in File Explorer.
    • To enable viewing hidden files, you can download this file and double-click it. Allow adding the changes afterwards. Restart your computer.
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  • the files have been deleted or not copied at all. Use unerase tools like Recuva to find deleted files on the SD card.
  • run check disk on the SD card. Check the size of the SD card and the volume of visible files to see if there are any hidden files at all.
    • to check the SD card, open File Explorer by pressing the Windows key and "E". Right-click the drive letter and select "Properties". Click "Tools". Click "Check". Then, choose to scan the card.

I can't see my flash when I connect it to the laptop, what is the problem?

When I connect my flash, it's not seen in disk


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