I had some data transferred from an ubuntu public computer to my portable hard drive. When I try to open that file in my windows 7 PC, it just says that this folder refers to a location that is not available (ss is attached). The file size shows empty, but I am sure there were plenty of files in there. Do you have any suggestions for this issue?
I tried changing the drive letter from A-I already using disk management but nothing happened, so I think it might be another reason. May it be because of the presence of in the end of the folder? Does it have any code meaning in ubuntu so that I am unable to open in win7?
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Windows does not recognize Linux but Linux recognizes windows. So if a file is created by Linux windows cant see it. The easiest thing I can think of is make a ZIP file of the files from Linux and un package them to windows.