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My USB shows memory of the files but the files are not showing because of malware detection?

My USB shows memory of the files but the files are not showing because of malware detection. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: Because of a virus

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    It can be just an error that you can fix by opening File Explorer or Windows Explorer (press the Windows key and "E")
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    Then, right-click the USB disk drive and select "Properties". Click "Tools". Click "Check" or "Check now". Start the scan.
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    If it did not help, install an antivirus such as AVG, Panda, Avira, Avast, or Comodo
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    Update its databases and run a full system scan. It may take an hour to scan your system, but it is important to finish a full system scan to eradicate viruses.
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    Follow the steps in the article to reveal any hidden files on your USB drive.
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I can not find my files in Pen drive. That is seen empty but, memory got 1 GB?

I can not find my files in Pen drive.

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