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ienakiko

 
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Hi

I have a mac book pro with Lion

Sometimes the files within a folder doesn't show up
I mean, When I go to finder to open a file, the finder just shows the folder, but I can't see the files inside the folder

For example, right now I can't see the files inside the utilities folder

I have to restart the mac in order to see them

Have you experienced this before???
What's the problem???
please help!!

Thanks!!
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Hi,
I've not experienced this before but when weird things start to happen on a Mac it's usually time to verify/repair disk permissions.
You may have to find the Disk Utility via Spotlight.

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