Question about SanDisk 2GB Cruzer Micro SDCZ62048A10 Hard Drive

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Faulty Memory Stick

At the moment when the memory stick isinserted into the computer - the light is not coming on - help - i need to retrieve the files as it's got all of my coursework on this stick!! Its not a Micro
Its a Cruzer Fleur 2GB

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  • Nimmy123 Feb 13, 2008

    Sorry Not A Computer Wizkid. Could You Simplify The Above. Btw The Computer Does Not Even Recognise The Disk

  • webby123 Mar 26, 2008

    hi can someone help ive gt a sandisk fleur cruzer 2gb memory stick it is farely new and has got all of my coursework on i have been using it earlier 2day nd now it does not recognise it in and the light does not come on in either of my laptops i have been ejecting it correctly plz can someone help!!!

  • zizie Mar 27, 2008

    i have cruzer micro 2GB USB. it just refused to work. The light does not go on when i stick it into the computer. I try it in all the computers at my school computer lab it still does not work .Please tell me what to do.



    ZIZIe

  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    at the moment when the memory stick isinserted into the computer - the light is not coming on - help - i need to retrieve the files as it's got all of my coursework on this stick!! Its not a Micro
    Its a Cruzer Fleur 2GB

  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2008

    stick is inserted into USB port. No light comes on and computer does not recognize stick.



    help!

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Ok ok..this 1 will mabe work...go controll panel administrative tools and device managment some thing like that...in the dignostik tools take the 3 option frome the second 1...in the left u will see the drive..mabe and hope u will...if u did see the drive than ur problem is not that bad...i canot tell u wat to do becose u mabe need a litle of cracking tools the easiyest way is go 2 google and search under live cds recovery and something lik eit or ghost live cd..dowload the file and burn it on a disk..enable ur boot frome cd rom in the bios setup menu and boot frome it..and u must go frome there..g luck

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Use live cds and boot frome it u will be abel 2 access

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That's it !!

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