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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you broke something ;)
If your computer does not recognize anything when you plug it into the computer, your problem is most likely a broken contact inside the usb drive.
You should attempt to open the drive, and see if one of the four contacts on the inside of hte usb key are no longer making their way to the circuit board, and try to reconnect it.
IF you can push the connectors down with your fingers and make contact temporarily, and the computer recognizes it, try to just hold it there while you copy all your data off. Then throw away the flash drive.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
You can run a data recovery app on the drive and attempt to pull off any data still accessible. I recommend the GetDataBack Data Recovery apps from http://www.runtime.org . Get the one for the file system on your thumb drive and give it a try. These apps have recovered data from "dead" drives for me more times than I can count.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
Testimonial: "Thankyou! I will try it and post my results."
SOURCE: Flash drive malfunction
Use this data recovery program: http://www.asoftech.com/adr/
You can find it in magazines or on a internet...
It is a simple, fast program which thorough scan the flash drive on computer, which allows you to recover lost files
The program can also use it to retrieve files including photos, music, video, and other type of files.
Posted on Feb 11, 2013
That often depends on what you done to this flash drive since the deletion.
In fact, after the deleting process, the deleted data on this flash drive is not actually wiped out as you normally think. It is still stored on this drive and only become invisible. But, it cannot be there forever, since it can be easily rewritten by anything new on the same drive. So, you should take care.
Plunge this drive to your computer and download a flash drive data recovery freeware to help you out:
I believe this data recovery freeware can work perfectly on your flash drive just in the same way as it completely retrieves all the deleted data of my friend off from his WD external hard drive. Just give it a shot!
Directly download this freeware here:
PS: If you don't want to encounter the similar data recovery problems, you'd better back up everything important well in the future.
Posted on Dec 10, 2013
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