SD card or Pendrive

SD card or Pendrive Show Empty Even When Data Exists (100% Worked)

SD card or Pendrive




Today I will show you how to recover hidden files from virus infected SD card or Pendrive without any software but a little help of Google chrome or Command prompt. Mostly SD card or Pendrive Show Empty Even When Data Exists does not consist any security measures so virus get attacked easily. Normally you can view hidden files by clicking “floder options > view > show hidden files and folders” but this method won’t work when your pendrive is attacked by harmful virus.

After doing lots of stuff I really tried off from this kind of problem but at the end I found a simple trick that recovered my important data from usb drive. I think this type of problem is familiar to you and this problem always occurs to you. After virus scan or anything else your SD card or Pendrive shows empty but it shows occupied space in thimble view. You can not access your important data and you are going toward to format it without recovering your files.

Here I will share easiest methods to recover your infected files. It’s pretty easy.

Here are two easiest methods to recover your data from SD card or Pendrive. Follow the procedure given below.

• From Google Chrome

It’s pretty easy without using Command Prompt. let’s have a look steps:-
1. Insert your SD card or Pendrive
2. Open it
3. Copy the address
4. Open chrome and paste the address in url bar




SD card or Pendrive
5. Now you’re good to go.
6. Click and hold the file which you want to recover and drag it along to the folder where you want to recover.

That’s it. Now you are able to use your important files. If this method still does not work then follow the next method which is given below.

• From Command Prompt

1. Insert your SD card or Pendrive
2. Press “Windows key” and “R” at the same time this will open Run
3. Type “cmd” and press Enter
4. Enter this command.

attrib -h -r -s /s /d g:\*.* Press Enter (Here I assume your pendrive drive letter as G:)

You can copy the above command –> Right-click in the Command Prompt and paste it.




Note : Replace the letter g with your pen drive letter.

Now check your pen drive for the files.
From this way I solved my problem and I am sure that this will work on your pc. If you have any questions about it please do not hesitate to comment below

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