How can I fix this issue? Any help is GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!
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Try telling windows to let you see hidden files:
IF that doesn't work try looking from the command prompt:
First open an elevated command Prompt:
Type the drive letter followed by a colon and then hit Enter. (Example. If the WD Passport is e then type: e:
and hit Enter. (I use two spaces to make sure you see where one space goes) Does it see anything? IF so type:
attrib -h -s *.* /s
and hit Enter.
If it doesn't see anything you try a disk check and see if that helps. From the elevated command prompt type:
chkdsk /r e:
and Enter. (Change to a different letter if not e drive.)
We can also check the S.M.A.R.T data on the drive and see if it's healthy. Easiest way is speccy:
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