OK, this is something that should be ridiculously easy to do in Windows 7, but it simply doesn't work. All I want to do is find all files with a certain extension within a folder and its subfolders. Placing a
*.sln in the search box in Explorer yields no results.
.sln doesn't work either. The
type: filters don't seem very useful either.
Without resorting to opening the command prompt or Powershell, is there a way in Explorer to list all files that have a particular file extension?
I've found out the most probable cause of search not working, and updated the question accordingly. The directory I'm trying to search in is included inside of a "Mounted Volume"; in other words, a second hard drive is mounted to C:\Users\UserName\Folder, and searching inside of that folder does not work.
Is there a way to get Windows 7 to search within a mounted volume? The folder does not even appear in the indexed locations tree.