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I don't know how to recover the files from a broken flash drive. I DO know how to fix one (which would resolve your problem), but that's not really something I can explain (unless you're experienced in computer and component construction).
Your best option would be to check your local listings for companies that can repair your device.
OR, you can look for a data recovery service in your area.
Just plug the flash drive in and let your computer recognize it and offer to open the flash drive file up to view. Once it is loaded up then you can simply drag and drop into it. If this is the first time using the flash drive it may need to load some software. When a flash drive is being used a small icon should appear on the lower right.
OK. Just put the flash drive in one of your USB ports (rectangular slot). The system should recognize your drive and auto-install the driver. If not and the USB ports are OK, download the driver for your Micro USB flash drive. If you are not certain about the driver, let me know which specific (brand and model) USB drive you have. Also, let me know if the USB is/isn't recognized. Hope this helps.
connect it on usb hub then scan it with anti virus, sometimes your flash disk will just pop out on your computer then it will play automatically. or or or if u want to save on your usb, just choose the file you want then save it to mycomputer-then E/your flash drive.