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I downloaded files to my flash drive that I've always used and on my Macbook pro it shows they're in there but on my other device it shows no files?

What can I do to solve this problem?. I have tried: I have tried nothing I'm clueless right now. I think it was caused by: I honestly don't know what could have caused this

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Flash drive has occupied space, yet it does not show the files in it?

Flash drive has occupied space, yet it does not show the files in it. I've tried to retrieve through command prompt but it says : File not found. I've also selected the option to show hidden file but still it is not showing the files.

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I can't see my flash drive content even it has some files in it?

I can't see my flash drive content even it has some files in it. I have tried: It's seen by total commander

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