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My imation flash drive is wet.will it still works?

My imation flash drive is wet.what will i do.if u have a solution thanks a lot.

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If you have wet your flash drive then put it in front of a blower with no heat at all. let the circulating air dry the drive and a little more time to ensure that the drive is totally dry. But, do not use heat as it may toast it. Once you are sure that it has dried up then you may use it with fingers crossed. If it works, visit my site www.theroyaldelicious.info and thank me in my guestbook.

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Also have imation lock flash drive...i cant unlock or change my password...i dont know why, it says Drive is busy try again later...and it has not been working for days! what is the problem??? please help...


when its try later
scroll to bottom of screenright click in the bottom taskbar select task manager applications also processes see whats running if you see something running that should not be select end now
also download this freeware password utility
http://majorgeeks.com/Dr._Freeware_System_Utilities_d6416.html
Hope this helps you




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My louck flash is formated and now i can not use the space what do i do?


Your Imation Swivel Flash Drive comes formatted and ready to use right out of the box.
If you will be using the drive exclusively with Macintosh computers, do not format the Imation Swivel Flash Drive. The formatting message appears if your Macintosh has not yet been set up to read Windows-formatted files. Refer to your Mac's user manual to learn how to enable Windows file read functionality.
Also, be aware that when you format your Imation Swivel Flash Drive with NTFS, you will not be able to store as much data as your would without formatting. The format file used by NTFS will use some of the available space on the Flash drive - for instance, on a 128MB Imation Swivel Flash Drive, you may lose up to 8MB to the NTFS format files.


How do I format my Imation USB 2.0 Swivel Flash Drive in Windows? Your drive must be set up as a single public partition, since neither Windows Explorer nor the Macintosh OS will recognize a password protected partition.
To format the drive in Windows:
  • Go to My Computer
  • Locate the corresponding drive letter for the Swivel Flash drive (i.e. removable drive F)
  • Right click
  • Choose Format from the menu
A dialog box will come up and allow you to format your Swivel Flash Drive. Depending on your operating system, you can choose to format the drive in FAT, FAT32, or NTFS.

How to I remove or resize a partition on my Imation Swivel Pro Flash Drive? To resize or remove a secure partition, you will need to do the following:
  • Open the Flash Manager software on your hard drive
  • Choose Create a partition
  • Move the slider to zero (0)
Why don't I see a drive letter for my Imation Swivel Flash Drive?

This problem occurs if you map a network drive to the first available drive letter following the drive letters for the local volumes and CD/DVD drives. When you install a new device or volume, a software called Mount Manager tries to assign drive letters to the new volumes. But since the software does not recognize mapped drive letters, it assigns the next available local drive letter to the new device. This causes a collision with the existing mapped network drive.
Since the problem is related to your Microsoft operating system, they are your best source for resolving this issue. For more information, click here.

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I am a 14 year child i am having a imation pendrive in which half of the space is of password . i lost my password icon so what should i do?


What you have to do is reinstall the password secure software that was on your pen drive so you can access your secure files again.

You can find the applications for Imation's flash drives here:

http://www.imation.com/en-us/Support/Drivers--Downloads/USB-Flash-Drives-Software-and-Drivers1/USB-Flash-Drive-Software-and-Downloads/

Just download it, then run the file and make sure you have the drive plugged into the computer.

Make sure you download the software for the flash drive you have, since there are different models on that web site. For additional information contact Imation at 1-800-351-8186 or email them to techsupport@imation.com

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I have an 8G Imation flash uSB. It has worked fine till recently but when I insert into port now it shows the files with hieroglyphic names and says it can't open them. Is there something I can do? Thanks...


i think you can defrag a usb drive, if it shows on your 'my computer' list of removable drives- you might try this- you can also run an anti-virus check on it, if you have an anti-virus prog. if that don't work, and the data is stored on your hd, then try re-formatting it.
if that don't work, toss it, and get a new usb flash drive!
good luck!

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I forgot my password in Imation lock.


(assuming you're using Microsoft xp): drop into the DOS shell and force a format of the flash drive. This'll clear everything off it, including any locking mechanisms.

Jul 25, 2009 | iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player

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How to unlock imation lock software in a not imation flash drive?


http://www.fixya.com/support/t845221-run_imation_lock_kingston_4_gb_now_its

Oct 14, 2008 | iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player

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I had run imation lock on kingston 4 gb and now its says "Please insert the device or run this"


its a little tricky, just try it
  1. unplug ur usb drive
  2. double click the imation lock
  3. when the message appear "Please insert the device or run this utility as privileged user" plug the flash/usb drive quickly
  4. USB will start working
  5. run the imation lock again and disable the password protection
  6. delete the ugly imation lock from ur system
i hope u find it use full, plz give ur feed back at: masood@inbox.com

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Wet screen IMate pocket PC


* completely turn off the device * remove the battery * take a cotton cloth * hit it for some time, not very hot * press your mobiles screen with the cotton for 2/3 min, do it for 4/5 times, if no luck escalate it to vendor and don't tell them it is because of water drop otherwise warranty will be void. thanks Arun

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