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You can insert your micro sd on your phone and then insert that onto your flash card.

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I used my memory card in my blackberry now i cant access any information on it once i put it in to anothe cell phone or on my laptop


Check in drive manager whether the card is showing with no drive letter or not?
You can put your card back on the device and decrypt it.

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Terrible happened ... disappeared all the important information from your flash drive or memory card!
What could be worse than the loss of information for someone who is constantly with her work? Accidentally formatted a memory card in the camera with interesting pictures are doing on vacation? Formatted USB-flash cards with very exactly what you want, but backup is left? All is not lost! Lost information can try to recover.


Method for restoring data use the program PHOTO REC (TEST DISK 6.10).

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What is flash card


A flash memory card is used to store information for the cell phone.
For further info on these memory card check out this WEB site.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_card

Apr 05, 2013 | Cell Phones

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I place my attache 1g drive into the computer. It not reading. I think I have lost all my information save on my flash. Is there a way to retrieve the information


Try it in another computer. If the flash drive has failed there is no way to recover it without the use of expensive software. You can hire the services of a data recovery company to do it. That is why it is important to back up. Could be a windows issue if it works in another pc. Plug it in and open your device manager and see if it is listed under storage. If it is, delete it. Remove the flash drive and plug it back in, windows should detect it again.

Jun 27, 2011 | Electronics - Others

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How to rcover from my sandisk back to my library


1. Does the flash drive LED light up when you plug it into various computers? ( not just your own fortesting purposes).

2. Does it pop up in windows explorer at all? ( Should be labeled as Removable Disk by default)

Your flashdrive may have essentially died. Test this flashdrive on multiple computers to determine whether its your computer or the flash drive. If you are trying to recover information try out the app Recuva which can be found on google search. Your information may have been corrupted.

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PLAYER DOESN'T DETECT FLASH CARD. IT DID ON FIRST TRY BUT NOT ON SECOND ATTEMPT. I MAY HAVE FORCED THE FLASH CARD ON REMOVAL. NO INFORMATION IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL OF OPERATION OF FLASH CARD.


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Can you try the flash card on another device or computer, does it show up and work properly on another device?

do any other flash cards work on your player?

could you post the brand and model and also the type and size of your flash card as well.

thanks.

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Problem in usb flash drive


it is possible that the flah drive is damaged, try flashing it with a pheonix util, or take it back cos it should be under warrenty

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SanDisk is not working


You are calling this a flash pen, it looks a flash card. You use this by putting it in a usb port on your computer? On which computer has it been working before? and when you open your( my computer there is nothing showing up in the usb port you have pluged it in to?) I am trying to help, but you really have not given enough info,, add some more information and maybe you can get some more help

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Open fat error in game card pack


I am not sure about that 88 in 1 game card pack you talk about but that sounds like a flash card cartridge for NDS. If you just would give me more information about that game card like seller store or website or device serial/model, slot used and flash type used. I will investigate about it.

The first: make sure the flash card is well plugged into the cartridge and plug it out and in again to be sure. Better if you clean the flash memory contacts with a cloth or q-tip.

Second: find the cartridge documentation and try to find a web page. Usually all the product issues like this are placed in the FAQs area of the manufacturer site. Or at least with the name you can find information in any related forum.

Third: If like I think, a fat error can happen when you use a flash memory card with a fat partition different or not supported by the cartridge hardware or firmware. That is not something that can happen just by using it unlike the files get corrupted. And you always have the option toformat the card, reload the cartridge software, upgrade the firmware, download new game roms, convert them if nescesary and load them in the flash card to play. Usually these devices use FAT16 or FAT file format (not FAT32 until you know this device support that format).

This is all i can say by now with the information you gave me...

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Backup and restore data


Section A - How to use a Toshiba Pocket PC e740 without loss of data: Never let the battery fully discharge. Never disconnect the battery from the e740. Regularly backup your stored data. Always connect the product to an external power source before changing the battery. Section B – How to backup your data: B1 – Using Activesync You can make a backup of the Toshiba Pocket PC e740 data to your notebook or desktop computer. If you have backed up your data to your notebook or desktop you can restore that data to your Toshiba Pocket PC e740. Periodical data backup is recommended. The following types of data can be backed up: FILE: Includes files created by Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Notes etc. or an additionally installed program. REGISTRY: Setup information of Windows or programs. DATABASE: Database information from Pocket Outlook. When making a backup or restoring data please DO NOT remove the Pocket PC e740 from the USB cradle and DO NOT turn off the power to the device until the backup or restore is completed. Backup Instructions: Insert the Toshiba Pocket PC e740 into the USB cradle. A connection between the e740 and your notebook or desktop will be established. Please close all active applications on the e740. On your notebook or desktop start Activesync and select Tools and then Backup/Restore. Select Full Backup. Select Back Up Now to start the backup process. B2 – Using a Compact Flash (CF) or Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card: a) How to insert a Compact Flash Memory Card: Ensure the e740 is connected to the mains. Turn the e740 off. Remove the dummy card if necessary. Confirm the direction of the Compact Flash memory card by lining up the side grooves of the card and groove edge of the card slot. Insert the card smoothly and completely. b) How to insert a Secure Digital Card: Ensure the e740 is connected to the mains. Turn the e740 off. Remove the dummy card if necessary. Insert the Secure Digital card with it’s contact surface (the metal contacts) facing the back of Toshiba Pocket PC e740. Press the card down until it clicks. You can make a backup of the Toshiba Pocket PC e740 data to your Compact Flash or Secure Digital memory card. If you have backed up your data to your Compact Flash or Secure Digital memory card you can restore that data to your Toshiba Pocket PC e740. Periodical data backup is recommended. The following types of data can be backed up: FILE: Includes files created by Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, Notes etc. or an additionally installed program. REGISTRY: Setup information of Windows or programs. DATABASE: Database information from Pocket Outlook. When making a backup or restoring data using the DataBackup program please DO NOT remove the Compact Flash or Secure Digital card from the Pocket PC e740 and DO NOT turn off the power to the device until the backup or restore is completed. Backup Instr

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