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I've been encountering this issue. The problem may come from the card reader or the card holder. If possible, use a different card holder and of problem persists, try a different card reader or test on another computer.
Your USB IS DAMAGED TRY TO PULL OF THE COVER OF THE USB DAN CLEAN IT WITH A TOOTH BRUSH OR ANY SOFT BRUSH DAN PUT IT BACK TO YOUR COMPUTER AND GO STRAIGHT TO MY COMPUTER AND FORMAT IT USING QUICK FORMAT SYSTEM. :)
First try another computer if the same problem appear, try to open the system of the pc by pressing F2 or F10 depending on your BIOS and select USB boot device there.Restart the computer and try to load the pendrive. Another you may need to installe USB driver from your motherboard installer.
Venture USB contain two
partitions - one named 'Public' and the other 'Secure'. Unfortunately
have noticed a compatibility problem between these drives and some
computers running Windows Vista. In these cases only one drive is
showing in 'My Computer' - usually the 'Secure' drive. As a result you
are unable to access the user manuals and software which are in the
'Public' drive and cannot alter the partition sizes to allow access to
the entire capacity.
Please follow the below instructions to resolve the problem:
1. Connect the USB to the computer
2. Please unzip and run the attached program
3. After completion please unplug the USB
4. Re-insert the USB to the USB port
5. You should now be able to access both drives.
here to download
the program and instructions