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Files corrupted I got Kingston PAN Drive 32GB but when I paste files in drive it shows an error that "it might not support the file type or might not support the codec that was used to compress the file", but, I can open few files. It creates a files with name 'U¬U¬' of 0 bytes. Kindly suggest what to do? Waiting for your reply.

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  • prabuask Jan 10, 2009

    hi iam prabu from india .same problem occur.so i want detail please help me.......

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    Same thing...we bought six 16 GB drives and all of them behave the same
    it formats but after 5 min it the problem re-occurs.

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Hi vaibhavmore8,

You should try formatting the device to see if that clears up the problem. If the format fails to run then the device is bad and needs to be replaced by the reseller or Kingston. If the format completes but doesn't help the problem then the problem is with the files you are copying not the USB drive.

Formatting a USB drive. It will delete all data. Right click on the drive letter and select format from the menu. Click on Start.

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