Question about SanDisk Extreme III 4GB Secure Digital Memory Card
I'm trying to look for a 160GB Compact Flash Card for my laptops.
I'm replacing all my 160GB Hard Disk Drives with the Compact Flash Card and IDE Adapter So I don't have to worry about the Disk Drive diying of old age or if droped or just stops. I been having problems with disk drives for years and want to replace them, The Drives would just start clicking and then would say Disk Error reading Drive when booting and wouldn't read after that. So I want to find the capcity of 160GB in Compact Flash.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to disk management again and delete that drive letter wihich you add.
then check .
If still face problem then go to my computer property then hardware then device manager then unistall all usb drivers then restart computewr then connect scandisk to computer.
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Posted on Jul 18, 2009
If it's a read only disk, then, after you had plug in the drive, go and reformat. When you install the pen drive two removable disk should pop up with different letters, one belongs to U3 launch pad, this one have a cd icon, and the other one which is where you save your data. For example, if the dvd drive have the letter D in your MyComputer, then when you plug the Cruzer, the letters for the Cruzer should be E and F, the letter E is the one that you use to save your data. This example is if you don't have any other removable disk installed.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Did you reformat as NTFS instead of the default FAT32? FAT32 can only transfer files up to 4.0Gb in size. If you reformat as NTFS, you can move larger files.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Or better you could fix the drive to only have one partition like a normal USB key. I don't understand why maxell decided to cripple what seems like a perfectly good USB key by creating the 1k partition (as the first partition) and not making software easily available to repartition it.
See the last post here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1335424 which points to http://dl.dropbox.com/u/927778/Maxel...0Converter.zip
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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