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I have trascent 2 gb pendrive when i insert it detected by my pc but when i try to open it display a message " Please insert removeable media."
Kindly give idea to solve this problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pendrive problem
opening pen drive, it shows 'please insert the disk' & it shows 0 bytes & while trying to format it shows the same message again , i am using 2 gb pendrive of trancend.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
Think this write protection error is due to some virus.
Steps to remove write protection for Transcend users
1) Go to download center of the transcend,here is the link
Type the model no. or part of model number you are looking for.
example: JFV30(all alphabets in Caps )
2) Choose other details like product type etc. and search for your product
3)Then select the product which which is most similar to yours from search results
4)Then download the mFormat utility. You will asked for serial no. if you dont have..enter this no. 1456784523
5) Connect your pen drive
6) run the mformat utility and select full format after full format your write protection will be removed. try twice or thrice if you can't correct at first time.
It worked for me and my friends....
Other pen drive users may visit there vendors site and download any fromat utility present there for your model.
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: "insert a disk into drive"
right click my computer
in right panel double click storage
double click disk management(Local)
right click on the pen drive shown and click format
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
SOURCE: Need driver for pny 4Gb Pendrive
Normally most of the pen drive are plug and play means the hardware is recognised automatically by windows.
Try the following steps below:
>in left column click disk management
>then you can perform format according to your choice.
ok try this and let me know
Any other help, you are most welcome
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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