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Well every time I plug my USB there is some files appearing and the USB is full of files?

What is the solution to show it

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I have a thumb drive, when I make a little change to the file in the drive, then I save and reopen the file, it cannot open anymore. It says that they can't open because there are problems with the content, or the content is corrupted?

I have a thumb drive, when I make a little change to the file in the drive, then I save and reopen the file, it cannot open anymore. It says that they can't open because there are problems with the content, or the content is corrupted

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My computer shows that the USB has files on it, but when I click the appropriate drive it says folder empty?

My computer shows that the USB has files on it, but when I click the appropriate drive it says folder empty

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