I can't see c:\windows folder? Tags: Windows 7 Last response: January 10, 2013 2:40 PM in Windows 7 Share elorenza January 10, 2013 2:26:01 PM I can't see c:\widnows foler in windows 7. Any ideas? More about : windows folder alvine a b $ Windows 7 January 10, 2013 2:40:55 PM open any folder..click organize on top, go to folder and search options, click on view tab and in there select show hidden files and unselect hide protected operating system files m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Formated/Reinstall Windows XP on drive "C" but I cant open my Data folder in Dri Forum SolvedCan't see hard drive in computers folder Forum Solvedhow to use the previous version of windows with windows old folder in c drive.. Forum SolvedWindows can't see Geforce in Optimus Forum can't see shared folder on network Forum SolvedWindows 7 Can't See 2nd HDD Forum I see contents of c: regardless of what folder i'm in Forum SolvedInstalled new motherboard, reinstalled win7 on C, now can't see other drive. Forum SolvedCan't create new folder on desktop windows 7 64 Forum Windows.old folder with all my old files that were in C:\ disk(where windows is installed) after Windows reinstallation Forum Is there a known safe way to delete redundant entries in the C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository folder? Forum I have to access network folder i cant able to see anything Forum Solvedthe folder "C:\WINDOWS" reports a size larger than its contents Forum Solvedfolder can't be shared windows 7 ultimate Forum Solvedi have a windows 7 laptop and can NOT figure out why it will not connect to ANY wifi at all it dont even let me see any wifi c Forum SolvedSSD as cache for 1TB disk, got bsod, then can't see C: Drive. Help!! Forum SolvedCan't see anything in VLC but can when i open video in windows media player Forum SolvedWindows 7 install cant see my HDD or SSD NEED HELP Forum SolvedRestored Windows, "No connections are avalable"- can't see ANY networks Forum SolvedC:\windows folder on xp is > 50GB Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !