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Unable to see my files in USB but they do occupy data in properties, how to show them?

Stored a folder and unplugged it, but now can't see it again on attaching the USB

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USB does not show any file when I ran Avast antivirus, after that all files are missing?

USB got virus then I ran Avast anti virus then all the file is gone but my computer shows that it has data in it.

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