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Can't format a flash (thumb USB) Drive on my
Download Partition Wizard for mac bootable version and burn it to a dvd. Now, put the dvd in and turn off the computer, now put the usb drive in. Start the computer and boot from dvd drive Partition Wizard will boot up, left click on the usb drive and of the left side click format, now up top left click apply. Wait until it's done, now your usb drive is blank.
on Oct 17, 2017
When I insert sandisk cruzer
Since it works with other systems there is a system incompatibility issue. Are you using the same OS in this machine as in the others where it works? Could it be that?
Using XP? It has some issues with some usb devices.
on Sep 24, 2017
How can I recover a deleted file on my Cruzer USB
if you have choosen only delete option then you can restore it from recycle bin
but in most cases the deleted files from usb drive does not go into recycle bin, rather they are pemanently deleted.
if you have choosen shift+delete then there is no way that you can get the file back as shift+delete permanently deletes the files..
on Aug 25, 2015
Remove write protection
This could be a Windows Registry setting that disables you from writing to your flash drive (or formatting it). If you are running Windows after Win XP SP2, you can change that setting.
the write protection:
1.From the Start menu, click "Run", type "regedit", and press <Enter> or click <OK>.
2.Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > StorageDevicePolicies.
3.Double click on "WriteProtect" and change the value to 0 (WriteProtect = 0 for disabled; 1 for enabled).
4.Close the registry editor and restart Windows.
5.After Windows starts, test writing to your USB drive.
Serious problems might occur if you modify the Windows registry incorrectly. **PLEASE** make sure that you follow these steps *exactly* and *carefully*. For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it in case you have trouble so it can be restored.
For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, follow the steps as in the KB Article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756/
on Apr 29, 2014
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