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My usb flash disk suddenly stops working properl when i transfer a file...i cannot find it in my computer..but it connects properly.. what will i do..

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Files on a flash drive canbe corrupted if it is not removed from the USB port properly.
Before removing the flash drive click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon andthen click on the flash drive you want to remove and then remove the flashdrive when the computer message says it is Safe to remove.
To restore the flash drive to working order you need to format the flash drive,BUT you will lose the data stored on the flash drive.
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Good Day!



To transfer files from an old computer you can use USB or flash drives, copy the files from your Old Computer to Flash drive, after copying---attach the flash drive to your new computer then copy the files and save it. This is the easiest way to transfer files.

Other way of transferring;

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WinXP uses its own driover for USB drives like this so as long as you have the latest updates installed that should be OK.

Make sure you are doing nothing else with the computer when transferring the file.

Check and make sure you have at least double the amount of free hard disk space as you are transferring.

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Hello,

This story may give you hope.
This very same day, I removed my Cruzer Micro unsafely and it stopped being recognized by the computer. I plugged it into another USB port and it did not work. I tried to access it under Ubuntu Linux: I could see the drive but if I click on its icon, I get the message Unable to mount volume, no media.

I tried to reinstall the SanDisk LaunchPad, but it refused to be coaxed because it did not recognize the drive as a SanDisk.

I mourned may drive, but still had hope to recover my data. A google search took me to some data recovery company, that would charge close to 300 dollars. I had no intention of paying that kind of money.

Then, without any particular reason, I plugged the drive in a USB hub that I connected to one of the two ports that failed to recognize the drive. And the miracle happened. Windows recognized it. Was it the presence of the Hub? I don't know.

I made haste to transfer my data to a folder in my computer.

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The moral of this story is don't give up easily, and keep trying.

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If you don't have another available USB slot on the compter, you'll need to copy the files from the camera to a temporary location on your computer and then move them to the flash drive. In this case, make a new folder on the desktop and name it temporaryfiles. open that folder. open the drive letter assigned to the camera and copy whatever files you want from the camera to 'temporaryfiles'...

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