Connect your infected Micro SD card to a Windows-based computer.
Click the Start button and select the Run option. Type cmd.
Then type this command: attrib -h -r -s /s /d f:\*.* and press Enter. Note: The “f:” in the command refers to the drive the MicroSD card is using, in this case, the F: drive. If, when you open the “My Computer” window, the MicroSD card is using a different drive (for example, G:) remember to replace f: with the correct letter.
Now see if your files or folders become normal. The normal files should appear in the drive window along with the bad shortcut files.
To be sure your memory card is clean, copy your files onto a safe place on your computer or another disk. Format the memory card (warning: doing so will erase all files) and run a virus scan. Then, copy the rescued files back onto the card.
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