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Old 27th August 2008, 03:47 AM
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Flash drive: Files not seen

I have a patriot 4 GB flash USB flash drive. I recently put some more files on the drive using a windows computer. Now, when I insert the drive into my Core 9 computer, it automatically mounts it but the files do not show up. Other files are there, but the newer ones are not. I have no idea how to make the files '"seen". Thanks.

Also as a side question, I cannot find the setting to make my windows open within themselves rather than opening a new windows every time I click on a new directory.

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