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Sounds like the Flash drive has corrupted data. I can't find any free software that can help you repair corrupted USB drives, but VirtualLab DataRecovery is rated pretty highly, I would download the trial and see if it works for you.
As a note, Flash memory does "wear out" over time, and it will eventually be unable to write/read any data. So it's important to never keep all your critical documents on a Flash drive. It's only meant for temporary transportation of data.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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