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Sandisk cruzer titanium 4.0 GB

I can not access the drives of cruzer titanium. Yesterday, I have installed it, and used it without any problem. Today, I can not access the drives. Whenever I try, Windows (Windows XP Media Center version 2002)gives an error warning as "please insert disk" for accessing to removable drive and "unformatted drive, windows can not read from the disk. disk can be damaged or may use an improper format for windows" when I try to access to the cd drive of cruzer. I do not have any important data in it. what can i do? If I fix it, will it happen again?

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May be the USB drive is damged. Try connecting it to another machine. If it works then plug it in to the same port as you have installed it. 

Posted on Oct 27, 2007

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