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A day after downloading files on my PSP, i try to plug it in to my PC, then i just cant view any files in my memory stick,just 2 hidden files appeared, MEMSTICK.IND and MSTK_PRO.IND. But i cannot see my other folders or items. Parallel To Serial Conversion Simulink Coder. I can only access them using the explorer bar., how can i use it or open it ordinarily?? A day after downloading files on my PSP, i try to plug it in to my PC, then i just cant view any files in my memory stick,just 2 hidden files appeared, MEMSTICK.IND and MSTK_PRO.IND. But i cannot see my other folders or items.
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For years I've been using a script to copy files from the Memory Stick of my camera. Simple file transfer, no problems at all. Today, all I can see in Explorer is two files: MEMSTICK.IND and MSTK_PRO.IND.
Same thing whether I connect the camera with the USB cable or pull the stick out and put it in the card reader on my computer. The only other symptom is that the drive letter where the stick appears also changed (but it's still called CAMERA, so the computer seems to recognise that it's seen it before). (It's a Sony DSC-W30, and the camera itself can see plenty of photos) Vista Home 32bit, French. Update: tried on work PC (which has never seen this card before) and it works ok. So it's a PC problem, not a camera/memorystick problem, apparently. Update2: fresh install of Win7 on the same PC (different disk) presents the same problem. OK, I've worked out what the problem was, and how to solve it, but I'm not at all sure how it happened.
I noticed on my work PC that the visible DCIM folders were 'grayed out' - i.e. Marked as hidden system files. (It just happened that on my home PC I didn't have explorer set to show hidden files). The folder properties dialogue wouldn't let me uncheck the hidden option, so I ended up transferring the photos off, and then using the camera 'format' function.