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first I would try to get my files back, so I would suggest you to try one of the products behind the following links: http://www.pc-inspector.de/file_recovery/welcome.htm http://www.recover4all.com/ http://www.partition-recovery.com/ If you don't want to try that (because no worthful data has been lost) you should reinstall the U3-Launchpad from Sandisk: http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/driverList.asp After that you can reinstall the U3-software by using the U3-Launchpad. Greetings from Germany,
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Record the USB flash drive disk number
Make the USB drive active.
mbrwiz /disk=X /active=1
For Windows Vista,
On the Start menu, navigate to the command prompt entry. Right-click and select Run as administrator.
Record the disk number of your USB flash drive.
Select the USB disk.
select disk X (X is the drive number of the USB flash drive)
List the current partition. Record the partition number.
Select the current partition and make it active.
select partition Y (Y is the partition number of the USB flash drive)
Creating bootable USB flash driveDownload Windows 7 iso (32-bit) file to your desktop (The download link is no longer valid).
Download and install WinRAR.
Right-click on the Windows 7 iso file and select Extract files. Extract the files to a folder (you can name the folder any name you want, but for illustration purpose, I name it win-7) in your desktop.
In your command prompt, cd to the windows 7 folder.
cd Desktop/win-7 (Change the destination to the folder that you have extracted)
bootsect /nt60 X: (X is the drive latter of your USB drive )
Now, copy all the files from the Windows 7 folder to the USB flash drive.
Reboot the computer. Remember to change the first boot device to your USB drive in the BIOS.
You should be able to install Windows 7 from your USB flash drive now.
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