|Wayne: If you look on the first post, paragraph 2 you will see that i have already been to folders options and unchecked the "Hide system folders", and so on. I go to "My Computer" then choose drive C, then go to Documents and Settings and so forth and see all folders hidden as "gray" folders and hidden or system files as "gray" files. So I know where it was (have moved it to another drive since to find it a lot easier) and even there it is still not an option to unhide it.|
I can see it and I can see what's in it with explorer. That's not a big deal. What you all may be missing is a program like my "Flash Video Player" that can move from folder to folder and show any *.flv files cannot move to this folder since to "it" it is hidden.
Somewhere in the registry there must be a setting that can change the attribute of this folder so that is is not a hidden system folder. ATTRIB -h -s only works on files, and not folders.
Brian: Norton may be the culprit. I will have to look on some other computer at work to see. Not all the computers at work are connected to the internet and they don't have Norton AntiVirus on there. And, I have already done what you have suggested in paragraph 3 of your last post.
Like I said, Explorer can see them even if they are gray, and go into them, but applications such as my free Flash Video Player cannot.
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