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Hi i have purchased a kingston pen drive 32 gb and whenever i copy any file it shows as corrupt

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There are many duplicate Pen drives usually 32, 64 GB.... They are very cheap price without warranty.

Next time buy a pen drive only from a shop like Computer Peripheral vendor where you will find the Pen Dive more expensive but with warranty. They are real one and their capacity are 2, 4 or 8Gb

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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    Vanbiak Thanga Jan 30, 2009

    Sad to say that those duplicate pendirves are no use!!

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I'm assuming you are using Windows, please let me know if you aren't.
The most likely reason is that your device is set to "optimized for performance" and is caching the files, rather than writing them directly to the pen drive. If you use the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon from your system tray to disconnect the drive first does it then save the files properly?
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