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My USB show size that is being occupied but sub folder shows its empty?

My USB show size that is being occupied but when I open its sub folder it shows empty. I have tried: Tried the attrib method at cmd, also the show hidden folder, but shows no result

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My USB folder contains content but it is showing empty!

My USB folder contains content but it is showing empty!

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