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Actually, i protected my files in pendrive using usb security kakasoft but now it hidden in a bad way and i am not able to get them back.I scanned with antivirus makeing sure it is hidden and file is in pendrive.Now how to recover it?You can see scan log screenshot of antivirus at Click Here.Scan log for file is like this:
<Z:_\data0\Thumbs.us\com1.{2227a280-3aea-1069-a2de-08002b30309d}\zᄆ요ᄚ\Dᄆ\Data_work\Md5 Valued> Folder skipped by user while scanning
<Z:_\data0\Thumbs.us\com1.{2227a280-3aea-1069-a2de-08002b30309d}\zᄆ요ᄚ\Dᄆ\Data_work\Final counting>
<Z:_\data0\Thumbs.us\com1.{2227a280-3aea-1069-a2de-08002b30309d}\zᄆ요ᄚ\Dᄆ\Data_work\Ultra final>
Please help, i want my files very importantly.

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Last Post by tobyITguy
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start cmd
goto removeable drive dir like
cd f:
type
attrib<space> -s -h <filename> then enter
or
** attrib<space> /s<space>/d . ** then enter
or
** attrib -h -r -s /s /d . **

I think it should be work

Edited by navjeet123

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what navjeet123 gives you is the solution , anyway if you want to see the data before running these commands , you can't go to folder options and check show hidden files , and uncheck Hide system files.

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Sorry guys for the late reply.I had tried the lastly option of attrib -h -r -s /s /d and it is working correctly not showing any errors but also ot showing files and above two i don't know how to use in filename and in space,even i tried my own but it says incorrect parameters as i used:
attrib -s -h ultra final and attrib /s /d .Please help and suggest am i in wrong track and what should i use if these not work??

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something went wrong , ReTry this

attrib -r -s -h G:*.* 

G is the letter of the Drive

5d46fe12496157552c8a52c67765825e

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if not then :
try what i told you before : show hidden files manually

you can go to folder options and check show hidden files , and uncheck Hide system files .

dd7db78c65907813497ff5f47cca0845

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you can retrive data from "cmd". Click (windows+r) then write "cmd", when command window opens write "attrib -r -s -h G:." then click "enter". Replace G with your USB drive's name if necessary

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