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Unable to access files on SONY memory stick

I have a SONY USB memory stick (2 G) that initially worked fine on any laptop Sony, HP, Acer) but seemed to automotically change to a different drive letter depending on which computer I was using. However, now when I plug it in it is visible on 'my computer' as a removable disk, but when i try to open it I get the message 'please insert disk into drive F.' This occurs regardless of which drive letter I assign or the computer I use. I have also tried to right click on the disk drive to use the 'search' and 'explore' options but no luck. The memory stick itself does not have any buttons on it that i can push to reset or unlock. Any suggestions?

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Re: Unable to access files on SONY memory stick

Hello. Windows will automatically give it the next drive letter available whenever you install it on a computer. That being said, it sounds like the stick itself is bad. It won't work on any computer so that rules out a computer issue. Since you cannot access it once it recognizes the drive, the media has become corrupted or gone bad. Try right clicking on the drive and formatting it but if that doesn't work, I'm afraid its toast.

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