Question about Verbatim STORE-N-GO (95312) 8 GB Hard Drive
IF IT HAS U3, YOU NEED WINDOWS XP...AT LEAST TO ADD THE VISTA UPDATE FROM http://www.verbatim.com/downloads/U3/u3updater_verbatim_us.exe
IF NOT THEN YOUR DRIVE MIGHT BE DEFECTIVE OR ONE THAT YOUR OPERATING SYSTEM CANNOT USE
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
SOURCE: Verbatim Thumb Drive problem
Download the following, I had the same problem and then this worked. Version 220.127.116.11
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
SOURCE: verbatim usb drive 8 gb help
Sounds like the VSafe100 program is corrupt or missing. You can download it from verbatim.
Then make sure when you run the program you set the privacy zone size to 0 MB.
I'll bet right now your privacy zone size is set close to maximum only showing you approximately 3MB of space.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I have the same issue with a 4GB Store N Go, works fine on my Vista PC at home but after copying a 3.5GB file to it and then later trying to copy that file to my XP machine at work, it keeps disconnecting and failing with, "The volume for a file has been externally altered so that the opened file is no longer valid". I really wanted the file off the drive, so what I tried was using "Robocopy.exe" (in restartable mode, waiting 5 seconds between each retry) from the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit. Once you have a copy of this, you need to open a Command Prompt, change into a directory (CD\<foldername>) where you want to copy the file to, then swap to the USB drive and use the following command;
Robocopy Drive1 Drive2 /Z /W:5
E.g.: If the USB drive is D: and your hard drive is C: with a folder on it called "Backup" (where you want to copy the files to).. do the following;
Start - Run: CMD <Enter>
MD Backup <Enter> (If the folder doesn't already exist)
CD Backup <Enter>
(Note: Assumes robocopy.exe is in your PATH or the same folder)Robocopy D: C: /Z /W:5
This will probably take quite some time, depending on the number of files/size... but it did work for me (eventually).
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
ITS virus problem which is playing with the inf file of the usb drive.
also another possibility is 1) the usb port ihas loose connections and disconnects i between drive sensing
2) certain 8 gb drives go back to a capacity of 2 gb drive if one formats it accidentally .
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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