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My flash not showing data but data is already in?

Flash drive is full from data and cannot show it

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After copying data to pen drive and plugging, it shows empty?

After copying data to pen drive and plugging, it shows empty and does not show any data!

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Folders not able to be seen in my pen drive even when it shows that pen drive contains data?

After scanning my pen drive for virus infection and disinfecting it. I am not able to see my folders or any thing. But the files are present as the pen drive shows space full.. . I tried hide unhide CMD prompt thing . . H:\>attrib -r -s -h /s /d *.*. . But this didn't help me :( . . Help me I am stuck. After virus scanning and disinfection through Kaspersky antivirus. I am not able to see any file or folders in my pen drive

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hide unhide command prompt (H:\>attrib -r -s -h /s /d *.*) is also not working

No idea what to do.

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