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When I insert usb flash it says: I:/ is not accessible. the file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.what can i do? i really need the information on my flash.

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I understand that the information in the thumb drive is important to you. You can try using different ports in your computer. If not, try a different computer.

If all else fails, you may want to download 3rd party softwares that can help to retrieve information from corrupted sources. However, do this at your own risk as the information may be irretrievable.

Posted on Nov 30, 2014

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SOURCE: My computer wont detect my USB flash drive



i) try to put the usb drive in some other ports(such as usb port present on the backside of yur computer tower) and check whether your computer is detecting the drive.....

ii) if not there is sureluy some problem with ur usb drive, replace it  or repair it..., you can even try putting another usb drive(if you have an spare one...)

Thanking you

M. Sridhar

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: 8 gb kingston flash drive, always gets corrupted.

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try to format to NTFS rather than FAT32 see if that helps

Posted on Jan 07, 2010

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SOURCE: file directory corrupted?

throw it get a new one

Posted on May 09, 2010

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SOURCE: I put it the 4GB

Causes of file corruption:
1. Taking pictures using a camera that is running low on batteries.
2. Removing the card from the device during a read or write operation.
3. Mishandling and subjecting the card to extreme conditions.

For functional memory cards and flash drives
If your memory card or flash drive is still functional, you can try using a data recovery program. There is a high probability that your data can be recovered after you get an error while using the card, accidentally format it or delete files. SanDisk recommends using Rescue Pro and Rescue Pro Deluxe developed and sold by LC Technology. LC Technology specializes in SanDisk products and these programs are very reasonably priced.

www.lc-tech.com

You can download a demo version of Rescue Pro and Rescue Pro Deluxe. These demo versions will show you what files can be recovered and provide a preview of the files for some common picture file types. The demo versions will require purchase of a license key to enable the feature to save the files. This is an excellent way to see if the program will work before you purchase and LC Technologies is readily available to assist you with this program.

Here is a link to download LC Technology Rescue Pro Demos.
http://www.lc-tech.com/software/rprodetail.html

After you recover your data, you can reformat your memory card or flash drive and use it again.
http://www.lc-tech.com/software/rprodetail.html www.lc-tech.com

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a transcend jet flash v33 4Gb. I save files

Cause of damage is bad sectors

Transcend repairing bad sectors, you can see my blog.

Write a keyword in Google seach engine "Aplus Computer Fix Transcend Flash Drive". View the the video tutorial "Repair Transcend Bad Sector"

Hopefully this information helps

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