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How to recover data from a seemingly dead/non-functional USB flash drive

Hi, I have a Lexar USB flash drive that is no longer functional. I plugged it in the USB ports of several desktop computers and laptops, but none of the computers/laptops could detect this flash drive (would not show up as a device under "My Computer"). What can I do to retrieve the data on this flash drive?

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Nhat Nguyen

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  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2008

    I am unable to open my flashdrive. Need assistance

  • dejikoya2 Jul 30, 2008

    My USB stick is not recognised on any computer. What can I do?

  • imasweetie95 Aug 28, 2008

    same exactly

  • Anonymous Sep 14, 2008

    Same here after I accidentally dropped it to the floor.

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It sounds like your media is malfunctioning (electronics).
For this type of problem, we offer a data recovery service.
You simply have to send your media to us.
Our technicians will recover your files on CDs and return everything
within 48h. You just need to send us your Lexar with this form:
http://www.lc-tech.com/documents/LC_Technology_Data_Recovery_Service-SD-Eric.pdf


There is a charge for this service, but ONLY if we
are successful. The pricing is on the form. Please note
that the chances of recovery are around 90%.

Eric Beaudoin
ericb@lc-tech.com
1-866-603-2195 ext 103
LC Technology International

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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