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Accidentally ejected flash drive and now it isn't recognized...

I accidentally bumped my computer against my desk and my flash drive was all bent up. Now it won't turn on when I plug it in at all. I go to 'My Computer' to search for it; it's as if there's nothing there. I don't care if it never works again, but I desperately need my files back! Please help!

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Re: Accidentally ejected flash drive and now it isn't...

You will need to resolder ( or have someone ) the 4 pin usb connector on the drive, or submit it to a date recovery service. Both of which I do.

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Are you sure you can't access it anymore?

LaunchU3 is only a quick launch program that comes with Cruzer flash drives. Even if the program is deleted, you should still be able to access your other files. Just go to Start -> Computer and your flash drive should be listed next to your hard drive.

If that doesn't work, then perhaps you deleted other files along with LaunchU3. In that case, you will have to use data recovery software to un-delete the files.

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My SanDisk Cruzer was in the usb port when my husband accidentally turned the tower face down. Today I noticed the disk will not light up. It is bent slightly. Can you help? all my imortant files are on...

If it will not work when you put it in the computer, then the flash drive is probably just broken. You could always try to bend it back, but that may only make the problem worse. Sorry. Best Wishes!

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Some of the iomega hard drives don't communicate with Windows XP very well. Ejecting isn't needed, but you simply unplug it. Just make sure you are not accessing it at that time. You can also shutdown the computer and unplug it then. Restarting the computer may also allow you to eject it.
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I am sorry. if the USB port is damaged or the PCB ( Circuit board) is damaged you are out of luck

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My 2GB U3 Cruzer is not recognized by my Vista laptop

here is the solution
1 correct soldering all the four junctions power, earth(ground),two data terminals.
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3 if still shows no recovery but drive shows in my comp , then do a data recovery with softwares from the net.
4 if still no recovery send it to data recovery expert.

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