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Will not read or format.

When inserted, it is correctly recognized as another disk letter(J:). However trying to open it gives the error "J:/ not accessable. Incorrect function." Attempted to format, but the process ends with the error "Windows was unable to complete the format."

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Re: Will not read or format.

I had the same problem with a 1 gig Cruiser Micro and I did something that brought it back to life...I used the U3 Uninstaller on it even though I had already done so and it was already gone and I was then able to open the flash drive and write to it again...go figure!

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Re: Will not read or format.

Is windows able to read other usb flash drives? If so, i'd exchange the drive at the pointy of sale.

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