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Dropped my sandisk cruzer micro 512MB flash drive, computer cant read it now

I dropped my ssandisk micro 512MB flash drive. I tested it if the drop caused damage to my flash drive. Now my computer cant read it. How can it be fixed? Or this one is a hopless case now?

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Re: dropped my sandisk cruzer micro 512MB flash drive,...

I have had the same issue. Sometimes static builds up and discharges into the drive. Most USB drives are made to tolerate such problems, if it's fairly new and not obviously damaged outside, send it to sandisk for a replacement under the "poor workmanship" clause.

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