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I had the same problem on my scandisk cruzer 4.0g usb flash drive. In the end I lost all data but I restored my flash drive back to normal. Program I used : Partition Magic. Hope this information will help you. God Bless.
Pocket Fuzzies? Get a bright light and look into the USB connector of the Cruzer. It is possible that there is lint, paper bits, cookei crumbs, etc in there and that is your problem. The outer 2 connections of the USB is DATA and the inner two Power. B/C it is able to flash,you are getting power... but the data lines may be dirty, covered, bent, etc.
Clean it up and try again. Flat toothpick, small ty-wrap or Proxident (dental/braces) brushes work well for this - DO NOT use anything Metal!! It will scratch the connectors and vastly shorten their life (they are GOLD plated)
Short of that, goto HP site and get their USB format tool (get it here: http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=197 ) and try reformatting... if that doesn't work, it is hosed and only I can fix it so let me know ;-)
hi turn off your pc put the card into the usb then turn on your pc let the pc find the drives for it and load on if this dose not work try the same in another usb port ok
if it works you must format the 1 gig stick befor you use it
ok hope this helps
Your SanDisk Cruzer® Micro SDCZ6-2048 (2 GB) USB 2.0" may be giving problem due to the internal errors.
Therefore 2 GB card may be scaned through anti virus, if problem repeats then format ur card from the computer.