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Show Hidden Files Using attrib Command

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How to show the hidden files or how to simply attrib?

What are the keys to attrib? Or how to show the hidden files?. I have tried: I tried to make this" attrib_h_r_s_/s_/d_F:/*.*. I think it was caused by: I think the USB normally shortcut or hide the files

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I have an excel file that has a hidden loader attachment?

How can I uncover what the attachment is.

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Why is it that I can't reveal those hidden files in my thumb drive even after I followed the instruction given in the command prompt?

I followed exactly as stated in the instruction. I entered the command prompt and typed exactly what I am supposed to type but the result is still the same.

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I downloaded mp3 files from a band practice and put them?

In a desktop folder. I wanted to attach one of the mp3 files to an email. I clicked the attach icon, found the folder on the desktop (win 10 but I use classic shell) and poof it vanished. Now the files are visible but won't open (the item has been changed etc)

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: My C drive says it has used up a lot of memory but I can't find any files and it says its hidden but I have tried with show hidden files and only empty folders appear?

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