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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my usb flash drive error
Some flash drives can get corrupted, and cannot be read.. I have thrown many of these away..
But, did you try to format from the Disk Management Console?
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
There are several USB recovery programs available. While I don't
endorse any one in particular, I tend to stay away from "free" ones,
since I believe in the axiom "there's no such thing as a free lunch"
since you don't know what's in it for them.
You could try this company, which advertises a free download (but I suspect they are really a shareware company so it's possible that they will want money for a more expansive version) which may make it possible to fix your drive in one instance at least.
If this data is important to you, it's probably worth spending 30 or 40 dollars to avoid a repeat.in the future, because USB drives get corrupted from time to time.
Anyway, here is the link:
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Try to touch the disconnect then reconnect. That seems to solve my endless reading problem with iPod for sure. I think I might have had problem with USB as well and resolved the same way.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
You are not using a properly encoded dvd. read the user manual and when encoding your own divx file (only trouble free guarantee) you MUST stay within the specs. you must use the following:
1. proper DivX Version, XviD Isn't a guarentee to work
2. Must stay within proper bitrate resolutionwhen and frames per second when encoding and make sure you stick to PAL or NTSC settings whichever your country or player used or was bought in.
3. use mp3 2 channel audio with proper bitrates and sample rate should be 41,000k or 48,000k or 96,000k
if you do your research and stick to these steps you'll be on your way to encoding your own videos and TV shows in no time and with little effort.
audio supported for listening to music is MP3 WMA & AAC (Which should be in the form of .m4a)
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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