Question about Transcend 4GB JetFlash 110 USB 2.0 Flash Drive (TS4GJF110) Media

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Not deduct i am using a linux. transcent usb pen drive not deduct in my system.

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Remove write protection from transcent pen drive


this the great solution... try low level format..

1. plug ur usb flash
2. run Formatter v2.9.0.9.exe
3. follow the instruction and wait for the format (might take 5min for 4GB)
4. after complete, may the small volume (about 2MB...here the solution
5. plug your usb flash on other computer and format like regular (make sure u untick quick format) and click on "restore device defaults" then click format
6. now your usb flash drive was like a new one

>>>>DOWNLOAD FORMATTER CLICK HERE <<<<

Jun 24, 2010 | Electronics - Others

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Windows 7,Linux and other OS install from USB Pen drive, Flash Drive


To Install Windows 7 via USB Flash Drive (Pen Drive)
You need:

USB Flash Drive (Pen Drive) minimum 4 gb for windows 7
Windows 7 ISO image file.
UNetbootin software download from here UNetbootin

Download the Unetbootin software, and open the file and click "RUN".
below window will pop

aaarwind.jpg
You can aslo install other OS's like linux etc etc. for Windows 7, click "Diskimage" radio button, locate or browse the ISO file of your OS by clicking "..." button.
select Drive: (in my PC usb drive is "I:" and press OK.

Next window looks like below picture

aaarwind_0.jpg
Wait till Installation Compleate.
after compleation. Click "reboot" to install to the same PC, or remove the Flash drive(Pen drive) and plug it to another PC or Laptop USB
and boot that System by USB Flash drive.
To do this Select the USB boot option from the BIOS. Or to boot from USB go through your Motherboard User Manual.

This method works on most of Machines with USB booting option.
I personally installed 100's of PC's via this method
thank you. Keep smiling. aaarwind

for other OS setup's via USB drive refer to below Website:

UNetbootin - Homepage

on Jan 20, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Transcent 8gb pendrive formatting problem


Try the drive on different machines. If you get the same error on all machines, you'll have to format the drive to reset the File system

Aug 14, 2009 | Electronics - Others

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Pendrive Shows Write Protected


These are the tech specifications of your pen drive which includes write protection micro S/D switch. So search it and make it read and write
USB 1.1 compliant and 2.0 compatible,
True Plug and Play for hot swap function
Maximum Transfer speed of 1.5MB (12M bit) per second at full speed
Powered directly via the USB port.
No external power or battery needed.
Operating Systems Supported: No driver required for Windows Me/2000/XP, Mac OS 9.0 or later, or Linux kernel 2.4 or later.Only Windows 98SE needs the provided drive
Write-Protect Function: Write-protect switch Security Function: Password protection available via supplied software (Windows environment only) Boot-Up
Function: Makes JetFlash a MS-DOS Boot Disk LED: Flashing LED indicates
Data Traffic Specifications : Size: 75mm X 11mm X 25mm (L x W x H)
Weight: 15g Data Retention: Up to 10 years Shock Resistance: 1000G (maximum) Erase Cycles: 1,000,000 times Speed: Read 9.0 Mbyte/s, Write 8.0 Mbyte/s (Max.) Certificate: FCC, CE,
BSMI System Requirements: Win 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP, Linux Kernel 2.4 and above, Mac OS 8.6 or later

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For bootable pen drive


first of all:

the computer u want to boot with the usb-pen drive has to support booting from usb (BIOS setting)

use program drivekey by hp to make usb-stick bootable(format to FAT or FAT32
get usbdos + components or linux as operating system on stick, u cannot install windows on a stick!

good luck, many have tried, only pros worked out how...

Jun 12, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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Hi, I have a computer into which I want to boot without the Hard Drive using a Pen Drive. I tried PortableApps application installed in my 8 GB Flash Drive and unable to boot with it. The Operating System...


Your pen drive needs a boot sector and an operating system.

1.) Format the Pen Drive using HP format tool found HERE. It's a 2 MB download. There is also a link to Windows98 system files. You need those if you want to boot your computer in MS DOS from your pen drive. The above method will not let you read/write to NTFS drives.

2.) If you want to boot a semi-functional windows from your pendrive you need "BART's PE Builder" found HERE, and a windows instalation CD (the list of supported Windows versions is found on the same site). "Barts pebuilder" is designed to create bootable live windows CD-s for system administrators and "geeks", there is a small .BAT file in it that installs it on your pen drive. Read a few readme files and follow the instructions on the web site.

3.) If you want to boot Linux from your pen drive visit this web site http://www.pendrivelinux.com/

Mar 08, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My Pen drive is 1 Gb Transcend,When i format it show 4 Gb & Error


its probably a virus trying formating on windows 98 or on linux based system may work for u also check when the pen drive isnt connected properly or the usb port or connection is loose it may say a read only pen drive due to slow speed connection of pen drive to computer

Jan 19, 2009 | Transcend (589307) Media

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To remove virus from pen drive


Hi,
When you plug in your pen drive, don't open the pen drive.
You can see an secondary storage device icon in your 'My Computer'.
Right click the pen drive and scan for viruses.
If you really have virus then the virus, the antivirus agent will show you the virus.
You can kill/delete the virus.
You won't lose any of your data.
( OR)
I have one more option,
If you have linux(Linux Ubuntu, Suse Linux,...) installed in your system, you can login to Linux and
plug in your pen drive, you can delete the virus directly, by opening the pen drive.
Here also you won't lose any of your data.


Cheers...!!!

Jan 08, 2009 | EXP Computer EXP Data Traveler 336E Modem

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I can not access data on pen drive


1. Download this tool:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4040651/LLFTOOL.EXE

2. Format

(WARNING: After running this low level format tool,
the whole USB flash disk surface will be fully erased.
Therefore, data restoration will be impossible after using this utility!)

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