|Thanks for the replies. I think they were hidden Windows Media Player files which apprear to be not hidden anymore since I used a 3rd party software to recover everything. Its a mess now and I am pissed off for formatting the drive.|
Here is my story. Its Windows Vista's fault. I was basically transferring one drive to another. I wanted the 2nd drive to be neat, so I did a defrag on the 2nd drive and formatted the 1st drive, but then overnight, stupid Windows Vista went to Sleep. I powered on the machine and it gave me an error message. Then I looked at the 2nd drive and it told me that its corrupted, then I went berserk and used a recovery software to copy back all the data from the formatted drive into the 2nd drive (after remaking the 2nd drive's partition). I shouldn't have formatted the 1st hard drive if I knew this was going to happen.
This is such a mess.
Getting back to my issue, I decided to search for all JPGs in the music folder and hide all of them. Now, I am seeing desktop.ini files, even when the 'Hide Protected OS Files' is checked, they are still in all my music folders.
How to make them part of the operating system?