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My USB had two main folders, one is not visible but is there as it occupies space?

My USB had two main folders, "Nova" and "Video". Nova is not visible but is there as it occupies space. I tried many ways like going to "Folder Options"--show hidden files, etc and also tried -h-s-r-a*.* but all in vain. PS help me out, as that folder contains my 10 years old very important data. I have tried: Already told. I think it was caused by: Maybe sudden power failure or any kind of virus

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Using attrib -s -h -r /s /d in hard drive not in USB?

If I copy the permanent hidden files (which can not unhide with CMD trick) from USB to hard drive, how to unhide files and folders

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Something not showing in USB. I try it already but my data in USB does not show its content memory?

I tried it already but my data in USB does not show its content memory. I have tried: Because I have something personal in my USB. I think it was caused by: I don't know what is problem in this!

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All folders are not showing in pen drive after scanning. What to do?

Pen drive was infected by a virus, but after scanning, folders get removed automatically. Folder get removed and I am not able to see that or recover. I have tried: Scanning of pen drive, and modification as per the article. I think it was caused by: Virus deleted the file I think, so not possible to recover!

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