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I was also occuring from same problem. Do the following steps:-
1. Right click on my computer icon and open manage.
2. Then open disk management.
3. There u see ur pen drive.
4. Right click on ur pen drive and click on format.
5. After successful formating restart ur computer.
6. Ur pen drive wil work again.
other method pen Command Prompt, click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK
These kingston pen drives should load without having to find a driver on anything newer than xp and up. try it in a different port on the rear of your machine if possible and make sure you fully seat the stick into the usb port, as this will sometimes cause this problem. once inserted you should be able to browse the kingston drive on "my computer". if not look for a damaged socket or try the key in another computer to verify if it works properly
You need to go into your Sandisk properties: by going to my computer right click on the icon display of your sandisk click properties. now depending what O.S. your using you will want to click the security tab then make sure you have full control checked
"limitation is that flash memory has a finite number of erase-write
cycles. Most commercially available flash products are guaranteed to
withstand around 100,000 write-erase-cycles, before the wear begins to
deteriorate the integrity of the storage" This means that your flash card may have been damaged by not removing correctly Flash card are not that reliable AS previous pen drives