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"My Flash" problem

I have a macbook and it's about 6 months old. I have been using a flash drive called, "My Flash." All of a sudden I'm getting an error messages that states, "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer," what should I do? I need this flash drive because I have saved work from my last two semesters on this flash drive and I'm working on a paper that is due 6-26-08 and it is on this flash drive. Please help me! Stephanie

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Well on the computer have you been ejecting it by pressing the eject button.What i mean is that when you open the flash drive up and when you are done with it do you just take the flash drive out or do you press the eject button on the folder.If you take it out with out ejecting it,it will mess up your flash drive. Have any problems please go to the apple store in the brea mall

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