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%appdata% says no files match.

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#1 SayHello


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:35 AM



       I am trying to get into my .minecraft folder and when I type in %appdata% in the search bar it comes up and says no files match your search. And I have tried to go into my veiw and select show hidden files but it still doesnt work? Does anyone no how to fix this if so will you please help!?




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#2 Sirawit


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Posted 22 December 2013 - 08:44 AM

%appdata% is a Environment variables, not a folder name, you cannot search for it, you can type it in address bar or in Run (Windows Key+R) and it will comes up for you.


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