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My Sandisk is deleted

I plugged in my Sandisk to transfer a file from world of warcraft that was literaly 2mb to big and I looked in the sandisk and it said there was a about 40mb file that turned out to be a important program because I un installed it from the san disk and now it wont load on my computer. It shows up in the my computer place and the drive stays lit when I plug it in but when I try to do anything on it my windows explorer has to restart. I am on vista.

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You may not like my solution, but if you can without losing Windows explorer, right click on the drive and select properties, tools, check the volume for errors. If this doen't work, I think your drive may be toasted.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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Searching for answers on the item space, links to next page:
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