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Sir, my flash drive (8gb) cannot be 'removed safely' - despite going through safe removal manu. So on every time on my improper ejection some data loses ! What i have to do to make data safe ? pl advise . anjan kalita e-mail ID - kalitaa@rocketmail.com

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If the error cannot be removed safely is coming it means your device is affected by the virus.so first you will have to remove the virus from your computer and for removing the virus from your device i am telling the steps plz follow it:
go to RUN and type cmd in your computer.
then type dir/w/o/a/p and enter.
then you will get such as
autorun.inf
newfolder.exe and others having.exe or .inf files. so now type
attrib-h-r-s-a*.* and then enter now type like del newfolder.exe or the other one and press enter.
virus from your device has been removed.

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