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Show Hidden Files Using attrib Command

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I had hidden my folder in WinXP using cmd attrib +s +h "d:xyz" plus I denied it?

I had hidden my folder in WinXP using cmd attrib +s +h "d:xyz" plus deny it through tools - folder option - view -check on use simple file sharing to deny it, but after this when I want to see my folder it does not show. Help me.

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I had hidden folder using attrib +s+h "d:xyz"?

I had hidden folder using attrib +s+h "d:xyz"

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Documents writing hieroglyphics, can I view them?

The documents are not in English language, they show signs and symbols. I have tried: Attrib command

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I couldn't view my documents and photos from my microSD?

My microSD says it is scratched and need to format it. No documents are viewing though it is almost full. I have tried: At the cmd I put the attrib command. I think it was caused by: I don't really know but maybe a virus

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The volume does not contain a recognized file system?

The PC cannot read my flash drive, what should I do. Help me to recover the files please thank you God bless you

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