HELP! Content showing 0 bytes on USB devices

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Haydengigner

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I am using Windows 10

When saving images to a USB drive, the images appear in the drive with all the correct properties - when I try to delete, the 'are you sure' dialogue box appears and reads the file as '0 bytes' - the projector I want to read these images cannot read them (unsupported file)

Not a security problem - I have all the correct permissions. Not a problem with the drive as I have tried different drives with same issue. Not a problem with the port as I have tried multiple ports. I have switched off and on. I have re-formatted the drives NTFS and FAT32, no change. I have saved the images from photoshop, paint even snipping tool capture and tried multiple file-types. I have absolutely no idea what is going on here. Help. please. Thanks
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