How do I restore my hidden folders to regular after malware?

I got a malware virus yesterday, from clicking a fake adobe flash update (Adobe Flash Activex 10 I believe it was called) and it took hold of my computer and hid my picture and documents files and folders!! Now, I have done Malware bytes checks 3 times (which it found the malware and deleted it), ran AVG twice, ran Glary, and also ran CCleaner. I also ran Spyware Doctor, and it found a trojan still after all this, but I don't have the full version so I could not delete it.

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Did you try the ideas at the prior discussion?
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Unhidden, but unviewable! They're "empty files"??

Thank you! But it only half worked. The files are no longer hidden I believe, but I cannot open them still because it says they are empty files. Does this mean that my files have been moved somewhere? What is going on here? I hate thissss!!

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No they are there! There is just one folder of photos that won't open, and that must be from a different issue! Thank you so much for the help!!

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