Why my pendrive not open in my pc ?
Are any of your devices (TV, PC) Apple ? I\'ll assume not, and describe the procedure for Windows (XP)
First, has the pen drive any files on it (for example film clips which can watch on your TV ? Are these valuable (you do not wish to lose) ? If the answer is \'no\', then you can try these two steps (for windows XP):
Your pen drive works in your TV, but not in your computer. This suggests that maybe it is conflict of formats used by your TV and your computer. Consult your TV user guide to find which formats it is able to use. If your computer is a windows computer, it will most likely need disks (pen drives) formatted as FAT32 or NTFS. If eiher of these are mentioned in TV \'s user guide, that is good.
1. Left click on the windows start button at the bottom left of screen (a kind of flag symbol). Right click on \'My Computer\' or \'Computer\'. A drop-down menu will appear, from which you should select \'Manage\' by left clicking. A new window will open: some in this window will be an icon with the words DiskManagement by it. Double click or single, can\'t remember and yet another window will open, with information about all your disks, including your memory stick. Somewhere on this screen against that disk (which might be reported as \'Disk 1\' in the lower box) it should give the format. This should be either FAT32 or NTFS. It may be RAW or not recognized. If it says exFAT I fear there is no easy way to proceed, and you stop. (this might be a problem if your PC is running Windows XP, but not if it uses Windows 7 or 8). In any case you can right click in lower right box against the pen drive entry (NOT YOUR SYSTEM DISK !!) which bring up a drop down menu which should contain an option for formatting. Formatting will ERASE ALL DATA ON THE DRIVE BEING FORMATTED so choose the correct one. If given the option you should choose FAT32 and Full format (not quick format). Leave all the settings as default values, and proceed. This mat not work, in which case ....shut the DiskManagement Window etc. and
2. Click on the Start button again, and select All Programs, and from that Accessories, and from that command prompt (the symbol being a small black square). A new window with a black background will open with an ">" prompt . You will have remembered the letter assigned to the pen drive, from either the Windows file explorer of DiskManagement. Type "FORMAT XXX: /fs:FAT32" and press return: the disk will be formatted. XXX is the letter assigned to the pen drive, which might be G or H for example. Ensure you get the correct one, if you are unsure do not proceed. Formatting a disk will result in all data on that disk (including a pen drive, and a harddisk) being lost. If successful this may take some time. Even if unsuccessful, it may take some time. In the latter case, I may have further suggestions to help. Please report back.
Jun 08, 2014 |
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