Lexar 64MB FLASH MEMORY DRIVE USB 2.0 - (JDCL064231) Hard Drive "mis corrupt" Questions


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...mis aligned heads, pcb problems, electronics issues , damaged platters. The logical issues are, partition tables bad, corrupt system area, bad sectors etc. What your describe may be a need to reboot ...


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...I can't format the pendrive. please help. It is possible the front set of USB connectors were mis-wired or the motherboard end was connected backwards, and thus might've damaged your flash

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