Attrib command for hidden folders Tags: Command Prompt Windows 7 Last response: November 9, 2012 9:43 PM in Windows 7 Share Rindano November 9, 2012 9:33:13 PM Can't find my folders in external hard disk and it shows in the volume that there still in the disk, but can't find them. What should i do to retrieve them? More about : attrib command hidden folders rgd1101 a b $ Windows 7 November 9, 2012 9:43:20 PM Windows explorer. Tools - Folder Options - View tab - Advance settings, see if it check to see all include protected OS files m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources attrib command for hidden folders on the usb solution Attrib command for hidden folders Forum What does DOS command attrib-h-s-a stand for Forum Windows attrib commands to retrive data from pen drive Forum Solvedhidden files and folders in external hard drive solution Solvedhidden folders view problem solution SolvedHidden file command? solution SolvedC drive total files and folders (including hidden) used doesn't match with c drive data used on c drive properties solution SolvedHow to Acess Hidden Folders without Control Panel? solution SolvedWhere are the hidden folders solution SolvedNeed help accessing hidden and read-only folders solution how to restore hidden folders on usb solution SolvedWOW NEED help...Can't open folders, trying opning folders opens command prompt instead solution cannot remove read-only file attribe in folders solution SolvedHow to make few folders in Ext HDD hidden for DVD player Forum i hide the folder by using the command promot bt i forget the folder path so how to i unhide the that folders solution Folders and Desktop applications are half-hidden. solution how do I restore deleted and hidden file folders in my email acct. solution Viewing Hidden Files and Folders solution how to save the files and folders of the hidden admin account in the main account when you disable it?? solution More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !