arwenthecat August 10, 2010 at 09:11:58 Specs: Windows Vista
When I make a new folder it comes up as "New Folder (2)”, which means I already have a "New Folder" on that drive...only I can't see it. I also seem to have a folder called "Test" because when I try and make one called "Test" it says I already have one, again I can’t see it. How do I find it. I’ve gone to folder options and said show everything including system files but I still can’t see it. I’ve tried Advanced Search but that comes up with nothing. Thanks
Thanks On my C Drive I have "all hidden and system files checked". It's just when I make a new folder on the C drive that it always comes up as "new folder(2) before I rename it, which means I must have a folder called New Folder somewhere which I can't see. I'm not trying to make a folder in a folder, I'm trying to make a new folder onthe C drive.
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