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I have a SanDisk Cruzer micro 2gb, don't remember

I have a SanDisk Cruzer micro 2gb flash drive, don't remember where I got it. When I plug it in, the volume label says, "PC Repair System," and it seems to be filled with assorted repair/system utilities. I'm certain I didn't put them there.

Anybody know what this is? BTW, I'm using XP/SP3.

Thank you.

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  • SHERRY EVANS Oct 22, 2009

    thanks very much to both of you for your time. No malware, no virus, and the tools are quite useful. I'll just consider myself lucky!

    Thanks again.



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Hello there sevans004.

Here's your GEEK-steer ...


Based on your description, it's clearly a fairly common, portable, USB format, system recovery toolkit someone took the time to assemble. Depending upon the range and quality of utilities included, an extremely useful and handy thing to have around.


  1. [INSERT OBLIGATORY SUGGESTION HERE] If is not yours, attempt to find out who's it is and return it.
  2. Failing the above, by using at least two scanners (e.g., your resident antivirus scanner, a-Squared, MBAM, etc.), perform a thorough sweep of the entire drive to ensure it's malware free. However, be advised that it's very common for many malware scanners to flag legitimate recovery type tools as malware, when in fact they are "false-positive". Unfortunately there's no replacement for experience in knowing which are false, and which aren't. But you can at least get-a-second-opinion: Submit to VirusTotal any files flagged malware that you suspect of being false-positive, then factor in its resulting report in your decision.
  3. Test to see if it's encumbered with any passwords at all? If not, no problem on that front.
  4. Review its list of tools, and for each that you're not familiar with, locate (via Google) its usage instructions. Only then (unless you're comfortable with the level of your geek-a-bility) would I suggest you take any of its tools out for a test-spin.
  5. Test to see if it's a bootable disk [this will require modifying your BIOS boot order to boot first from each of its USB type disk options (if capable)].

In the end, you may just consider keeping that little baby as-is, and have available for whenever it might (read: will) come in handy.

Good luck, and thanks in advance for posting back ...
  • to let me (and others) know how things worked out,
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  • to provide clarification or feedback.
"Today's the best day of my life ... and NOW you're part of it!"
Via-con-Dios and Godspeed – Craig

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks to both of you. No malware, no virus, and the tools appear to work well and be quite handy. I'll just consider myself lucky."

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    Craig The Geekinator Oct 24, 2009

    @ sevans004.

    I genuinely appreciate your taking the time to let me (and interested others) know that my humble geek-steer helped "FixYa" up.

    Today's the best day of my life...and NOW you're part of it!
    Via con Dios and Godspeed ... Geekinator (aka Craig)


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Plug it in, then click on the start button, double click my computer and right click the thumb drive icon and click on format, use the quick format option. It sound like you have been infected with spy or malware. this will delete it all and leave you with a reformatted thumb drive, good as new

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