I don't know if this is happening, but is it
possible for Windows 10 Security to be putting these files in quarantine as soon
as the flashdrive is plugged in?
How about if you zipped the folders up and sent
them as an attachment in an email?
Take care and stay safe.
Sent from my iBarstool. Go dodgers!
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Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 10:02 PM
Subject: Re: Files not showing up
Are you using the built-in security app so come on those little
drives? If I was you I would do a full format on the drive then copy the files.
If it’s not the little security app on the drive. I’ve never seen this before
and I don’t know what you can do.
I am using Windows 7 and the latest JAWS on a desktop computer
that I copied a folder with 2 subfolders containing Word documents onto a flash
drive. I gave a friend this flash drive . the first sub folder has
over 200 Word documents, some .doc and some .docx files and the second sub
folder had 11 Word documents in it. My friend has 2 laptops both running
Windows 10. He is not a JAWS user as he is sighted. When he plugs
this flash drive in to either of these computers, he can see the folder and
subfolders, but when he opens the subfolders, there are no files in them.
Can any one please tell me why? We first thought that the flash drive was
corrupt, so he gave me another drive to try and the same thing happened.
Both drives work fine on my computer, that is I can access the files.