Question about Verbatim CORPORATION 94933 USB 2.1GB Store-n-go HD Drive (VE94933) Hard Drive
I use a 2 GB Store 'n' go on my Dell XPS 420 desktop running Windows Vista Home edition. The public area works fine, but when I attempt to login to the private area, I get the message, "Unable to login to secured area. Another application has an open connection to your Store 'n' go."
I cannot find an open connection, have re-booted several time, the problem persists. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I get the following error
Connect your Store-N-Go to the computer you are using now, then go to Device Manager and look for the Device-N-Go (should be one of Universal Serial Bus) right on it then choose to uninstall it. Remove the Store-N-Go then restart your computer. After restarting, reconnect it again and see if that fixed the problem. You should also do a full virus scan on your computer.
Posted on Sep 16, 2011
it is a password locked hard drive, the password has been generated.
the new passowrd can be removed with the help of salvation data products from web site salvationdata
if any in your city has a module for this har drive you can get the password removed.
secured area is the SA of the hard drive . and can be assessed by people who can edit these areas and restore the factory setting in the password block(usually coded with hex) if you get no help pm me.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
Formatting just deletes all information that is on a disk, so if you format a drive with two partitions on it, you're only formatting the partitions, not deleting the partition
so what you want to do is delete the partition between the two drives.. or at least make one of the partitions bigger.
in Windows 7
if you go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Storage > Disk Management > right click the partition you want to make SMALLER and click Shrink Volume, then right click the partition you want to make BIGGER and then click extend volume
you have now created a smaller partition and a larger partition
in Windows XP you're gonna need a program to do this.. if you google partitioning programs you'll find heaps, a good one that was very common was called "Partition Magic"
hope this helps
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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