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 SolvedWindows can't see Geforce in Optimus Forum Solvedhow to use the previous version of windows with windows old folder in c drive.. Forum SolvedWindows 7 Can't See 2nd HDD Forum can't see shared folder on network 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 I see contents of c: regardless of what folder i'm in Forum Solvedfolder can't be shared windows 7 ultimate Forum Solvedthe folder "C:\WINDOWS" reports a size larger than its contents Forum I have to access network folder i cant able to see anything 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 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 SolvedSSD as cache for 1TB disk, got bsod, then can't see C: Drive. Help!! Forum SolvedRestored Windows, "No connections are avalable"- can't see ANY networks Forum SolvedInstalled windows 7 on different partition now I've lost 500gb and can't see any other partition when I try reinstalling it. Forum SolvedC:\windows folder on xp is > 50GB Forum SolvedToshiba Canvio Basic 500Gb Windows can see the files but every software can't read even write Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !