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I tried making a small image to store passwords in on my mac. I used disk utility and clicked new image, added password and all was fine. Until today when I checked the dmg folder and none of my files were showing... I open disk utility and clicked on untitled and it says 10 files 5 folders at the bottom of the disk utility which sounds right, however when i view the folder in finder no files or folders are showing!! Please help me!

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First, take a good look at the window where your lack-of-files are. Are there any scrollbars visible?
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Another idea to make them "rise to the top" would be to select Arrange By (or Sort By in SL) Name or Date Created... etc. in Show View Options.
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Another idea to make them "rise to the top" would be to select Arrange By (or Sort By in SL) Name or Date Created... etc. in Show View Options.
wish it was that easy... finder is saying there are 0 files yet disk utility is saying there are 5 files etc...
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