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Flash Drive driver

This 2G flash drive is only a few weeks old, and computers no longer
recognize it. I think I may have inadvertently may have deleted something
within.

I have a lot of data on it, and need to get at it.

Can you help ?

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  • ypbas Aug 24, 2008

    This Flash drive did not come with software,
    and PNY does not have a driver apparently for
    it on it's website.

    Mabey someone else does ?


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Try this software Super Stick Recovery Tool V1.0.2.19.rar http://www.mediafire.com/?81t60ysdvquymsq worked great for me.

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Reinstall the software for this device. Make sure you gracefully exit from the flash drive and not pull it out before it has ejected.

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I had same problem with my computer...i tried usb flash card all in one and it worked for me...hope that helps...

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