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churin

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#1
I unchecked the Hidden Items but those items did show up in the system drive. What could be wrong?
 

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Hello Churin,

Please go ahead and post a screenshot showing what is still showing that should be hidden to see if it may help to ID the issue. :)
 

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Hello Churin,

Please go ahead and post a screenshot showing what is still showing that should be hidden to see if it may help to ID the issue. :)
Here it is:
Capture.jpg
 

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When you have the Hidden items checkbox checked in the ribbon bar like that, it will show your hidden system files. Unchecking it should have them no longer show. :)
 

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Please see below. There should be no hidden file.
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The problem was solved by clicking "Reset Folders" button on Folder Options' view tab.
Your question prompted me to review the Folder Options and noticed the Reset Folder button. I never used this button before but tried. Voila, those files were magically reappeared.:)
Thank you very much for your help.
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Churin,

I'm happy to hear that you got it sorted. :)

However, in your Folder Options screenshot above, you have Show hidden files, folder, and drives selected instead of Don't show hidden files, folder, and drives.

Show hidden files, folder, and drives is the same as having the Hidden items box checked in the ribbon bar. With this set, you will have your hidden items showing.

I think you have confused by not having Hide protected operating system files not checked, that you wouldn't have any hidden files showing. That's not so. It's just that you must have both checked to see the hidden protected OS files.

For more information on this, see:

Hidden Files and Folders - Show or Hide - Windows 7 Help Forums
 

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Churin,
However, in your Folder Options screenshot above, you have Show hidden files, folder, and drives selected instead of Don't show hidden files, folder, and drives.

Show hidden files, folder, and drives is the same as having the Hidden items box checked in the ribbon bar. With this set, you will have your hidden items showing.
This is exactly my understanding.

I think you have confused by not having Hide protected operating system files not checked, that you wouldn't have any hidden files showing. That's not so. It's just that you must have both checked to see the hidden protected OS files.
I am having a bit of difficulty understanding the above because of the double negative words.
Anyway, as you see in the above images, the Hidden items is checked in the ribbon bar and Hide protected operating system files is unchecked. Did you mean this combination will not work or not show the protected system files? It did not work initially but worked after clicking the Reset Folders. Note that clicking Reset Folders did not change those check mark statuses.
 

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Hide protected operating system files and Show hidden files, folders, and drives (aka: Hidden items)are two different settings for two different types of hidden files.

Show/Don't Show hidden files, folders, and drives (aka: Hidden items) is to only show/hide hidden files, folders, and drives.


Hide protected operating system files is to show/hide protected OS files. For example, the faded desktop.ini files.

  • To show protected OS files, you must have Hide protected operating system files unchecked, and Show hidden files, folders, and drives checked or Hidden items (ribbon bar) checked.
  • To not show protected OS files, you could have Hide protected operating system files checked, and/or Don't show hidden files, folders, and drives checked, and/or Hidden items (ribbon bar) unchecked.
 

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After all are said and done, is it correct to say that there will be no hidden file or folder if the options settings are done as shown in the images above?
 

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After all are said and done, is it correct to say that there will be no hidden file or folder if the options settings are done as shown in the images above?
Only if you have Don't show hidden files, folders, and drives selected or Hidden items unchecked, and/or Hide protected operating system files checked.
 

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After all are said and done, is it correct to say that there will be no hidden file or folder if the options settings are done as shown in the images above?
Only if you have Don't show hidden files, folders, and drives selected or Hidden items unchecked, and/or Hide protected operating system files checked.
Please review my statement as you quoted as above. It is about the options settings to show all files and folders.
My experiments indicates that all one need to do is to put a check mark on Hidden items on the ribbon bar, and nothing else.
 

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I understand what you said mate, but you are confused about these settings a bit.

If you check Hidden items in the ribbon, it is the same as selecting Show hidden files, folders, and drives in folder options. They are just different ways to set the same setting.

Those two above are not the same as Hide protected operating system files.
 

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I understand what you said mate, but you are confused about these settings a bit.

If you check Hidden items in the ribbon, it is the same as selecting Show hidden files, folders, and drives in folder options. They are just different ways to set the same setting.

Those two above are not the same as Hide protected operating system files.
I do not think I indicated that "those two above are the same as Hide protected operating system files".
What I wanted to do was to show all files and folders. Up until W7 I was doing the option setting on Folder Options. Since W8 I have been doing this on the Ribbon bar only. The first image shows how it was done. But hidden files were not shown as indicated by the title of this thread. Then I reviewed the Folder Options and found nothing wrong. How I resolved the problem was as previously reported. I still do not understand why that could be the solution.
 

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What happened is that when you checked Hidden items in the ribbon (aka: Show hidden files, folders, and drives in Folder Options), it only showed those hidden items.

Only when you also unchecked Hide protected operating system files in Folder Options, it then showed those hidden files as well. For example, the desktop.ini files.
 

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I understand your statement about how the options work. Maybe I am confused that with my particular problem which started this thread.

The second image above means that the check mark on Hide protected operating sys files must have been manually removed - though I do no recall I ever did this. The point is that when I reviewed that check mark status it was off. Why then all those protected operating sys files were not shown(the 1st image).
 

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