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I just copied 65 GB of data on to a flash drive and when I open the containing folder it is empty but the drive space is in use?

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I just copied 65 GB of data on to a 1TB flash drive and when I open the containing folder it is empty but the drive space is in use. How can this be?

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USB Flash Drive data can not be seen and cannot open?

My USB has 29GB data and now I can't see them. I need to get those files with the same file structure as it was before

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Unable to unhide my data for 1 of my drive installed in my PC?

Unable to unhide my data for 1 of my drive installed in my PC

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