Question about SanDisk 1GB Cruzer Titanium USB Flash Drive (413072) Hard Drive
Simply matter of loading the format tool from the sandisk website , just hunt around a bit you'll find it.
or you can simply do a right click format of the drive
fat16 or fat32 only , not NTFS
which may not remove the UDF reader CDROM Emulation files on first go. you might have to do it twice ... or keep windows from attempting to reload the sandisk software.
the format tool from their site will work best on first run.
then you can do right click format on it after that with no problem.
also make absolutely sure you have your USB ports turned on in the bios and that they have an IRQ , normaly IRQ 11 will be givin to the USB ports. sometimes we think they are enabled but check to make sure.
use the primary USB ports if possible , because sometimes the secondary ports get turned off by accident and we are left wondering why our flash drives are not working.
or if you are not trying to be a hardware monkey like me with a sick zionistic fedish obesssion who wants total control of all hardware , you can simply right click on any file thats on the drive and delete it , provided it's a user file.
and remember if it's not hebrew , it's a lie :-> shalom
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
Just plug it in to your computer. After it loads and see's it as a mass storage device. Right click on My Computer and click Explore. Click the lettered drive on the left frame for Mass Storage or USB Drive and all the files will show up on the right frame. Delete the ones you want. Highlight all with mouse and click delete to remove them all. Optionally you can Right Click on the drive letter and format. I prefer to just use the delete key.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
SOURCE: Erase Data?
If you goto My computer and click on the Appropriate Letter for your flash Drive you can then Right click on it and go to "FORMAT" and then from there click Ok or Next. This will erase all data on the flash drive. You can also physically open the drive in my computer and select everything by pressing CTRL and A at the same time and then pressing the DELETE key on your keyboard, either one works fine and will delete the data off of a flash drive. Hope my answer gets you closer to a solution. Please Help rate me if I helped you out or not I am new but a very good tech.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
your drive has become write protected for this file and folders.
run computer in safe mode , chances of recovery good in safe mode.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
To Erase everything on the drive you can format it. To do this, plug it in, then go to 'my computer' Right click on the drive, and select 'format'. BE AWARE, THIS WILL COMPLETELY ERASE EVERYTHING ON THE DISK! So make sure that there is nothing that you want to keep on there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Oct 04, 2013 | Seagate FreeAgent Computers & Internet
Transcend produces different kinds of memory modules, including Random Access Memory, or RAM, chips for computer systems, USB flash drives and a variety of flash memory card formats, such as SD.
Transcend's flash memory devices are usually preformatted with either FAT32 or NTFS. Macintosh systems primarily use the HFS+ file system format.
You can format a Transcend flash memory card to the FAT format using the Disk Utility program on a Macintosh.
Insert the Transcend flash card into a card reader connected to the Mac.
Some Macintosh computers have SD card readers built in.
Open the Disk Utility program in the Utilities folder.
Click the flash card in the left column of the window.
Click the "Erase" tab.
Click "MS-DOS (FAT)" in the "Format" drop-down list.
Enter a name for the flash card in the "Name" box.
Click "Erase" to format the flash memory card to FAT.
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