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My USB Toshiba 8GB show only 4MB


hi,
some part of your flash drive sector might corrupt or bad.

the windows operating system automatically repair the flash drive or card , so that's why the unreadable sector or bad sector of the drive will be defrag separately from the operational sector, to be able to secure your files.

Apr 22, 2015 | Toshiba 8 GB microSD - 1 Card - Class 4

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I have a transcend jet flash v33 4Gb. I save files in it and then safely remove it, the next time i access the file it is already corrupted. I tried to format the usb but it still have the same problem....


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

Oct 02, 2011 | Transcend 4GB JetFlash 110 USB 2.0 Flash...

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My transcend storejet has bad sectors.. what should i do to prevent it from getting worst?.


These sectors can be fixed.

  1. For Windows
    • 1 Double-click on My Computer to open the My Computer window.
    • 2 Select the disk that you want to diagnose and repair.
    • 3 Choose Properties from the File menu. You should see the Properties window for the drive that you selected.
    • 4 Choose the Tools tab.
    • 5 Click the Check Now button under Error Checking Status.
    • 6 Depending on your version of Windows, choose either "Thorough" or "Scan for and Attempt Recovery of Bad Sectors."
    • 7 Click on Start.

Read more: How to Fix Bad Sectors on a Hard Disk ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_113636_fix-sectors-hardfix-sectors-hard.html#ixzz1PeS42ET5

Jun 18, 2011 | Transcend StoreJet 25 Mobile 500GB USB 20...

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I have a gateway t-1620 and on startup it says SMART Failure Predicted on hard disk 4: WDC WD2500BEVS-22USTO-(SI) WARNING: Immediately back up your data and replace your hard disk drive. A failure may be...


Hard drive going bad, you need to recover all your data as soon as possible. It is likely that the RSC has exceeded the space allocated to spare disc space, however, you can check this by downloading and running HDD tune (freeware) to ascertain the disc health and any bad sectors, if there are more than 2 bad sectors and the RSC on the health page is shown in red or yellow, the drive needs replacing

Jan 04, 2011 | Gateway T-1620 Notebook

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Windows xp instalation stpos givibg a blue screen in aspire m5640 desktop


Windows Xp installtion give Blue Screen of Death when XP tries to installed devices driver during installation or when the cd is corruptted and cannot be read in graphical mode installation or when the hard drive is corrupted with Bad sector.

Get a new windows XP CD and configure your system BIOS to default setting ( load optimal settings) and configured for IDE drive configuration to compatible mode or disable mode if you are using SATA hard drive.

If problem still occured, get "Bad sector recovery pro" and try to repair the hard disk.If the bad sector are unrecoverable then change the hard drive.

Sometimes, faulty RAM also give blue screen too. Check your RAM too.

Dec 19, 2009 | Acer Aspire m5640 PC Desktop

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Toshiba Laptop will not stay on for more than 5 seconds


Sounds like the battery is dead or not able to hold a charge. Plug in your wall adapter and see if your laptop light comes on. If not then the adapter may be bad, thus not charging the battery. Another common problem is the AC jack on the laptops get broken inside and need to be either resoldered or replaced. Thats why you see a ton of them for sale on Ebay.

Sep 14, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A60 Notebook

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Continuous configuring


Did you try F8, safemode? You may have bad sector on HDD.
Check your date and time with bios page. Set your primary boot to HDD
try again. Otherwise, Remove all powers, Take off HDD, put on USB connection and check error by another computer (Must use same OS)
Open as D;\ > or some other as L:\ next to the C:\
Rigth clcik on go to Tools, scan with it., Install the HDD back to your laptop turn on, (Before any process do not forget to remove power and battery)
JMC

Aug 14, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5720-6661 Notebook PC

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Buffalo hdd itb with bad sectors


Bad sectors ona drive is normal. The modern High capacity drives actually have more capacity than they tell you so that when bad sectors appear they swwap them out for good ones. So I would not worry about it, unless there are lots. How did you discover the bad sectors?

Go to http://www.grc.com and download spinrite. That will have a good go at fixing the bad sectors.

Jun 03, 2009 | Buffalo Technology (USA), INC. - 500GB...

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Bad sectors


A hard drive contains platters that are magnetic media capable of having the magnetic state of areas on them changed and having this magnetic state retained/maintained. Data is held on a hard drive by representing it in binary form (1s an 0s). The way these 1s and 0s are physically represented on a drive's platter(s) is by having areas (spots) that are magnetically charged or not. The 1's are represented by charged (positive and negative) areas, the 0s are represented by uncharged areas (there is a level of tolerance by which an area is deemed charged or not). When a sector becomes "bad", or is deemed to be so, it is because areas within it no longer appear to be able to maintain a sufficiently magnetized (positive or negative) state (charge) to represent the 1's data in those areas. Bad sectors are marked (flagged) in a table and, when possible, remapped to one of series of spare sectors all hard drives have.

Now, sometimes an area is deemed (flagged) as bad when it may in fact not really be. Perhaps some oddity during the write process caused the spot to be too weakly charged (which really shouldn't happen or at least not often as that is a sign of another problem), rather than it being a case of the actual area on the media being bad in some way. Using the appropriate utility a sector previously marked as bad can be un-marked (taken off the bad list). And you can use one of these utilities to put a sector back in service (so to speak). Nothing is "fixed", just made available for use again as is.

However, if a sector really is bad, really can't be reliably, sufficiently charged or made to hold a charge, then it cannot be fixed by software such as HDD Regenerator seems to claim. The only fixing that might be possible would require a lab/factory. A truely bad sector has some form of damage, its physical properties have changed. Software can't undo this. About the only thing that could/can be done through software is to allow that area of data to be read (recovered) where it otherwise may not be by other software.

You can try the hdd manufactors zero write program. The fdisk and format the drive.
Then using a 98boot disk with scandisk on it, run scandisk /surface on the drive. And if all those bad cluster show up again. It is hdd replacement time.

By the way a note of caution, doing that will remove everything, I mean everything from that drive. It will be a 100% lose.

Another thing is go to www.grc.com and look at the SpinRite product.

Mar 29, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Removal of Bad Sector


formatting the card should retrieve the space on the card...actually what is the problem that u are getting...

Dec 28, 2007 | Electronics - Others

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