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Tuesday, 17/10/2017
Once i got this problem with my pen drive. If same case is with you, then this will surely help you. Just follow the simple steps:

1. Insert the thumb drive to an empty USB slot. 

2. Press Windows + R, and type "cmd". Hit Enter.

3. Enter this command(Take note of your drive letter. For example G: drive or F: drive. Replace the 'f' below with your drive letter)

attrib -s -h -r f:/*.* /s /d

4. Press Enter and wait for the command to execute.

5. Open the thumb drive and you should see the files that were hidden by the virus. 

That's all. . . . . 


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