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click start right click on my computer select open Right click the icon of your Flash Drive (It should be F:/ or something) Click Properties in the menu that comes up Click the Sharing tab Click permissions And finally, click Allow next to Full Control.? hope this helps
yes, there is a way recovering the deleted files or data . try installing RECUVA , OR install TUNEUP UTILITIES TRIAL version and then right click on the recycle bin and select tuneup undelete .and then connect ur external hard disk to ur pc and select the option in tuneup undelete dialog . and the type the name of the file which was deleted and hit restore button at the bottom and the select al place to restore it and it's all done :-)
have the files been deleted from the laptop? if not i would simply do a fresh format on the external and re migrate data. if they are then you can get software such as undelete or recover my files to restore your deleted data off of your laptop drive.
1. You need to check how much free disk space is available on your laptop.
2. You need to check what duplicated files you have on both the laptop and the external hard drive and which is the latest version.
3. You need to decide to move the latest versions of the data files from the external hard drive to the laptop. This automatically delete these from the external hard drive. The older versions on the external hard drive can be deleted.
4. Now you need to check how much data is stored on your external hard drive.
5. If the amount of data stored on the external hard drive exceeds the available disk space on the laptop, then you cannot copy these files to the laptop.
6. If you have sufficient disk space on the laptop you can copy the data from the external hard drive to the laptop. I suggest you make a folder to copy this data to it.
You can now delete all the data from the external hard drive or you can format the external hard drive to make a clean external hard drive.
If your drive is in good condition, you will be able to make a new partition ,if it is not seen in my computer, you will have to go to control panel,find administrative tools icon,click on it,click on storage, and drive should be seen here.Place mouse pointer on drive hash mark. Right click on mouse you will give you option to create partition also to format drive.
All my not be lost. You've a lot of really great freeware options for file recovery if you're running Windows. Notable apps include Undelete Plus , PC Inspector File Recovery , and Restoration. Undelete Plus is the most user-friendly option of the bunch, with advanced filtering options that make it easy to find your needle of a file among the haystack of deleted garbage, but in my tests I found both Restoration and PC Inspector File Recovery to be more effective at recovering files. (Of course, your mileage may vary.) As an added bonus, the bare bones Restoration is portable, which makes it an excellent addition to a thumb drive or external SimpleTech 250GB Drive. UPDATE: Per several readers advice, you may also want to check out Recuva another freeware Windows file recovery tool.
Did you load software ? You have a 64 bit Operating System (OS) and MANY companies don't make 64bit software. 95% of PCs are 32 bit. This is same problem other external drive makers are having, Vista 64 bit was sold as "typical" PC when it's for very powerful users. Many "drivers" that talk to the equipment must be written for 64bit software. Check the companie's site to see if it's VISTA 64 bit compatible. Bet it's not ! !