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your pendrive might have been burned due to a surge.. I have experienced this but the problem was the USB drive itself, the technician who assembled the desktop interchanged the USB connections making it very destructive to plug in any USB device.
Kingston usually has warranty. Have it replaced on the nearest service center or at the very least have it repaired. I wouldnt recommend you opening it unless you wanted to see the real cause. If it smells burnt then chances are your data is lost or the thumbdrive wouldnt work.
If it can no longer be detected in any system and your warranty is out and if you're desperate to have it fixed, you can bring it to any cellular repair shop, have them open it and check for burns.. Hope they have a means of retrieving it.
If your pendrive is not getting detected and if its still under warranty try getting it replaced. If its not under warranty try using it in your friends system and see whether its working. You can try using your pendrive in systems having linux(ubuntu/linuxmint etc) which is good for troubleshooting. If its still not working sorry mate..time to get a new pendrive