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Insert a new disk

When i working computer suddendly one message box open and that message box tells"there is no disk in a drive please insert a disk into drive G:"

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Try connecting it on a different system, if it is not getting recognised you will need to format the drive.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

  • tans_nut Feb 06, 2009

    Do you stop the usb device before you remove it or you directly pull it out.

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HOE TO FORMAT DATE TRAVELER


The simplest way to format a Flash Drive or a Pendrive is to format it from the My Computer without using any commands. Let's assume you are doing it on a Computer (Pc Desktop). Follow the instructions;
1. Connect you Data Traveler on one of the Usb port of your computer, and wait for few minutes.
2. After you know that it's been detected by the computer, open "My Computer" then right-click on the Data Traveler's Drive Icon e.g. Removable Disk (K:), etc.. and select "Format"

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3. When the format dialog box is opened, click "Start" and then you'll be prompted with a warning message to confirm the proceed, click "Ok" to proceed. Formatting Dialog box bf3d566.jpg


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4. Wait for few seconds and you'll get another message that the drive has been successfully formatted.

If you have problem, please let me know. Good luck.


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"Plsase insert a disk in the drive" message for USB drive


Up to you,, if you put a flash drive into your USB port, and windows see's the drive, because its listed under my computer, but when you go to open the drive it says, please insert disk

This is telling you the flash drive has failed.

The only good thing is, if you have anything on the drive, there are programs that will extract the data from the drive so you don't lose it.

You have three options,

Extract the data that is on the drive.

Try a repair program, which can erase the drive when it tries ti repair it.

Send the flash drive to the company for repair.

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My USB flashdrive cannot be opened


have you tried it on a different usb port? if that doesnt work you may also try it on a computer

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Getting message:please insert a disk into disk H:


I think you will need to format your drive and this will erase all your files and fixed your problem with your disk.


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I reformatted my C: drive and ever since Windows will not recognize my Seagate External Free Agent hard drive. It shows up under ?My Computer? as Removable Disk (I: )? It used to be listed as Seagate...


Try connecting it to another computer. If you can see your data then back it up etc.
After you have recovered your data connect it to your computer, from Disk Manager, remove the partition, recreate it again and then format the drive, hopefully your external drive will be operational again.
There is a possibility that the hard disk has died and you will have lost your data. If you are desparate, hard drive data recovery companies charge an arm and a leg to recover data from dead drives.

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The flash disk cannot open , when i try to open it the message "please insert a disk


Did you try to open it in another computer? Hopefully this works. If not - visit Kingston website and download repair/service/formatting utility. Here's some information about problems with these drives. I hope you don't need your data recovered from it.

Oct 14, 2008 | Kingston (DTIU3/2GB) 2 GB USB Hard Drive

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Recognize but cannot open


Are you selecting the correct drive? Usually the message comes from a multi memory card reader with no memory card inserted. Do you have one of those? This drive should say "removable disk". You may need to force a new drive letter for the memory stick.

Go the disk management program in windows. It will tell you moreabout the status of the drive What windows are you running -XP? Then, with the stick inserted, right Click "My Computer" and choose manage. Then disk management and find the USB drive and see what is says. You can force a new drive letter here as well.

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Verbatim 120GB external hard drive


goto Control Panel, administrative tools, Computer Management, Disk Management, If it pops up a new disk install wizard follow the directions in it. If not then find the new disk that has no partition on it, right click on that drive to create a partition, then right click on the drive to format it, if it hasent done so already.

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System not detecting hard disk


Check the position of the master/slave jumper on the drive.

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