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Old 03-31-2007
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Cannot see an existing file
Recently I have downloaded some files from the Internet. It is so weird that
I can only see the file icon in GOM Player, but not by browsing my computer.
I mean the files DO exist but for some unknown reasons they are hidden and
can only been found by opening existing file in "GOM Player"... and when I
check the corresponding folder, the size and the number of files are the
numbers that is excluding the "Hidden file". Is there any solution to this
problem?
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RE: Cannot see an existing file
P.S. the files are NOT located at any foler created by the OS... and only
some of the files cannot be seen, but not all.

"CrimsonAmber" wrote:

> Recently I have downloaded some files from the Internet. It is so weird that
> I can only see the file icon in GOM Player, but not by browsing my computer.
> I mean the files DO exist but for some unknown reasons they are hidden and
> can only been found by opening existing file in "GOM Player"... and when I
> check the corresponding folder, the size and the number of files are the
> numbers that is excluding the "Hidden file". Is there any solution to this
> problem?

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