Question about Kingston Technologies 512MB DataTraveler I (DTI512KR) Hard Drive

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Once transferred the data to the USB, it shows its correpted.

Iam using Kingston USB 2.0 -32GB

After transfered that data to the USB, it shows the data is correpted, cant open.

My problem is once i transferred the data to the USB Drive, i removed the drive from the system.
Aftr that if i plugged in to any system, i cant use the data.

Ex: If i transferred an image to the USB. and i removed the usb from the system.Again i plugged the USB to the system. If i try to open that image, it will say no preview is available.
If i copy that image to the system also it wont open.

What should i do to solve this issue?

Thanks in advance.

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Hi krishnadas06,

Unless you want to copy files that are larger than 4GB you only need to format this drive with FAT32. Do the format and see if that clears it up. You also should be using the "Safely Eject" icon in your task tray prior to unplugging the drive to prevent any possible file corruption.

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I recommend that you re-format the drive/device in the system you intend to use it in most.

If you format in the NT mode then your Windows 98 etc will not be able to read the data... this MAY be your problem?

If you are using NT see if it gives you the option to format in 32 bit mode? You MAY be able to use it with both operating systems then.

Hope this helps!

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