Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
When insert usb pen drive in usb potr then he ask me please insert disk in G: drive why ?
I had a similar problem with one of my usb pen drives about a year ago. The USB drive acted like it was a CD-ROM drive. It turned out that the drive had become defective and and sandisk (i think it was sandisk) replaced it since it was still under warranty. You might try contacting the manufacturer.
Posted on May 05, 2008
Most probably this may be a loose connection problem... and ur drive has a autorun program...
Situation may be like this...1. ur drive is recognised..2. Autorun starts...3. Drive disengages :))...4. OS asks u -->WHERE IS MY DRIVE???<--
Try using some other USB ports...and in some other PCs also...Try to have a thorough scan with good antivirus (Who knows.. may be some virus is running as autorun!)
Try connecting the device in all possible insertion levels
Have a nice day.
I hope ... this solves ur problem. :)
Posted on May 04, 2008
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