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Files on a flash drive canbe corrupted if it is not removed from the USB port properly. Before removing the flash drive click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon andthen click on the flash drive you want to remove and then remove the flashdrive when the computer message says it is Safe to remove. To restore the flash drive you need to format the flash drive, but you willlose the data stored on the flash drive. If you need the data on the flash drive these WEB sites may help: - Data and Digital Photo Recovery www.artplus.hr/adapps/eng/dpr.htmwww.CardRecovery.com
I would recommend plugging your Cruzer into another computer. It's possible that your computer has corrupted or incorrect drivers for the flash drive. This is one cause of the yellow alert in Device Manager. If you move the flash drive to another machine and it works, you can save your data and make a backup copy. If your Cruzer doesn't work in a different computer (I would try at least 2 other working computers), it's possible that the flash drive is faulty.
Sandisk how has a generic FlashCP (locking mechanism for files on their cards) ...it is SDCZ-xx where "xx" is any version.
Otherwise you souldn't need a special driver. Your operating system should recognize the thumb drive when it is inserted into the USB port and load the driver automatically. If it doesn't then there may be some problem with the USB port or the USB port driver.