How to open anonymous file path

I need some help from who know and expert in this thing.
I has been scan my external hardisk and found file path like this for example " I:\?\LastF\New folder\New folder (2) "
My question is,how can I open that file path? where can I find it? what software can open that path? how? please help me..
I have some important document in there...
if someone volunter to help me,give me your email,I will send my screen print how it looks like.. me..

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That's an invalid path.

A screen shot would have me answer the same so why not look for folders named "LastF" next time?

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cant access without folder "?"

Yeah i know it..but without file that name "?" I cant access to folder "LastF "

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Time to search for that folder.

I see another member shared. I will share that I could do the following.

DIR I:*.* /s/a > somefile.txt

Now I can open somefile.txt and use the usual Control+F (find) that LastF.

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Here's what to do

Do this if you have Vista or Windows 7 (you didn't say):
1) Click Start
2) Right-click Computer (or My Computer)
3) Click Open
4) Click on the I: drive
5) In the search box (upper right corner of window) type LastF
6) Press Enter
This search will find it for you. When it does, double-click it.

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This is my real problem (Sorry for confusing you all)
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Good. We'll close this discussion now.

This discussion would only confuse everyone that didn't know about your run in with file/folder lock software.

I can't count how many try this without a backup copy of what they can't lose.

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