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How to unlock a folder or file using command prompt.

March 30, 2011, Posted by admin at 6:13 pm, under Computer Problems | 2 comments

If you want to unlock a folder or a file using command prompt then just follow below simple steps.

1) Go to Start > cmd and press enter.

2) Now in the command prompt write this command Attrib -s -h (path of the file).

3) For example if I want to unlock the folder named as “aaaaa” which is located in D: then I will write this command Attrib -s -h d:\aaaaa .

4) By doing so aaaaa folder will become visible in your D:

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