Help with File Attributes

epcltd

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Not sure if you are familiar with the command prompt? If you search Windows for CMD it takes you to the command prompt. if you type ATTRIB it lists the file attributes before the file names for all files in that folder. You can change the attribute by "ATTRIB filename.ext +s" to make it a system file for instance or -h to unhide etc
 
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