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How do I access the V-safe portion of my verbatim flash drive ... I've switched from Windows xp old computer to Windows 7 new computer and all that comes up is the public zone portion which states there is 767mb of memory .............

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SOURCE: Verbatim 1gb flash drive privacy zone lost space

In order to delete your privacy zone, you have to get the application once more. To get the software click here http://verbatim.com/support/support.cfm?open=Downloads ...ok so you will have to format your flash drive with the application, removing the privacy zone if you want, this will obiously DELETE ALL DATA ON THE DRIVE after the format has completed, you can then remove the application from you flash drive, if you still remember the privacy zone password, then all you have to do is just type it and you have acess to the privacy zone... anyone who needs assistance can contact me to semirandomjr@yahoo.com if you are confused, email me and i can also try to clear it up for you. MAKE SURE THAT YOU CHOOSE THE CORRECT PRIVACY ZONE APPLICATION FOR YOUR FLASHDRIVE

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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SOURCE: how do you access the private zone when there is no icon to do so

Go to http://www.verbatim.com/support/support.cfm?open=Articles and download the V-safe software then install on your flash drive. You can unlock it using old password

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Verbatim portable hard drive not recognized by XP - works in 2000

Try it is different USB port of your PC. It worked for me.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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SOURCE: my 8 gig verbatim usb drive only letting me use 767mb

You sure that it's not 7670MB? If not check that there isn't another partition on the drive.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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Hi,

Even though it is possible that your USB hard drive is corrupt, but

before you finally conclude, try out these few troubleshooting

steps.

First of all, it is possible that the USB port that you are using is a

USB 1.0 port, which has a lower voltage not enough to

power on your Storage drive.

In this case, there are two things you can do,

1. Change the USB port you are using for the storage drive to a

USB 2.0 one (Just keep Checking all the ports one by one in case

you dont know which one it is).

2. If your Storage drive has external power facility, just plug it in

an external power first, before connecting it to the system.

If there are no USB 2.0 Ports on your system at all,

then just go to any electronic store and tell them you want to buy

a USB 2.0 Expansion card.

and if it is a laptop, A USB 2.0 PCMCIA card.

Install it on your system, and connect your external drive through it.

Meanwhile, before you try out the second option, test the drive on

a friend's system, that you are sure has a very good system, with

USB 2.0 port.

If after trying out all these, the USB Drive still doesn't work, then

I'm afraid, the drive might have been bad/spoilt.

Kindly keep me posted about the problem and let me know how it

goes

Hope this helps you out.

Thank you for using Fixya

Goodluck

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

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