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Show Hidden Files Using Command Prompt

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We have some hidden files in my SD card and now I want to see. Please help?

We have some hidden file in my SD card and now I want to see. Please help

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  1. 1
    Press the Windows key.
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  2. 2
    Type "regedit" and press "Enter".
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    Click "Yes" if a pop-up window appears.
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    Click the next options and expand them by clicking a small plus icon next to them:
    • HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    • SOFTWARE
    • Microsoft
    • Windows
    • CurrentVersion
    • Explorer
    • Advanced
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    When you get to "Advanced", click it.
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    On the right, right-click "Hidden", select "Modify...", and set the value to "1" to show hidden items.
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    Right-click "ShowSuperHidden", select "Modify...", and set the value to "1" to show protected system files.
    You will be able to see all of the hidden and system files now from the File Explorer, which can be launched with the Windows key and "E".
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Hidden files affect by a virus, how to recover?

Hidden files affect by a virus, how to recover files

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I have tried all the simple troubleshooting techniques on how to recover hidden files but nothing seems to be working. I need help asap?

I have tried all the simple troubleshooting techniques on how to recover hidden files but nothing seems to be working. I need help asap

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How can I rcover my files after using cmd tricks to remove virus and show hidden files?

I used g: attrib -r -a -s -h *.* and it remove some of the viruses together with some important files. I have tried: G: attrib -r -a -s -h *.*. I think it was caused by: The command remove virus together with my files

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To recover hidden file, file is hidden by win mend software?

Hello sir. I am using win mend folder hidden software, it is a good software but recently I got some problem, I can't see any files in software which I had hidden few days ago. Even after reinstalling software. What should I do to get back my important documents files, please help me. I have tried: I have tried many times but didn't get back. I think it was caused by: I think link to folder hidden software is lost.

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I have pictures on memory card, but when inserted into the PC only few can be seen.In my camera, its saying can't display photo?

Failing to see some of my pictures on camera.

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