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16gb flash drive corrupt files

Its says the volume does not contain a file...i know this been coorupted when i copy a file from my 16gb usb to another folder to desktop?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: How do I repair corrupted files ?

You can run scandisk on that drive and see if it repairs the index.

Go to my computer move the mouse to the drive.

Press the right mouse button.

Press properties.

Select the tools tab

Select error checking.

If that doesn't work you should check to see if something is going on with the power supply or the drive itself.


Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Not able copy folders from able to copy folders across from Passport drive onto PC desktop

hmm..is the drive visible in the my computer panel? and you could do a global search and copy and paste if that goes quicker..

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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SOURCE: corrupted files on cruzer micro 4gb

Due to the U3 technology, i.e. the files you deleted which were on the drive when you got them, you may have caused the drive to malfunction because the U3 software was not uninstalled, but rather deleted.

Please attempt to reinstall the U3 software on the Sandisk website, named "U3 Launchpad Installer"
which can be found at this link: http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/DriverDownloads.aspx

If you are still having problems, either reinstalling the software or with corrupt files, please report any errors exactly as you see them.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

SOURCE: My computer wont detect my USB flash drive



i) try to put the usb drive in some other ports(such as usb port present on the backside of yur computer tower) and check whether your computer is detecting the drive.....

ii) if not there is sureluy some problem with ur usb drive, replace it  or repair it..., you can even try putting another usb drive(if you have an spare one...)

Thanking you

M. Sridhar

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

saqeb
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SOURCE: Transcend 16GB Pendrive - error while copying

If your drive is partitioned with FAT32 then it cannot copy larger files. You have to format it using NTFS.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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