I have a Verbatim 1gb flash drive that worked wonderfully for about 50 files that I copied to it from my harddrive, then it wouldn't copy any more. It started saying "cannot copy (whatever the file name was); the directory or file cannot be created."
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Open two copies of My Computer, one pointing to the flash drive and the other to your PC's hard drive (C:\.<folder of choice>). Then drag and drop the files you want to copy to your PC from the flash drive.
copy and paste the files you want to the other device. the START menu will contain My Computer and you will be able to see your USB Flash drive..Open your flash drive, then locate the files you want to 'download' or usually its called 'Copy' by right click the picture and selecting copy, then go back to your USB Flash drive window, right click and select paste... Hope that helps you =)
If you can read the drive, Copy the information from it, into your computer, and format the drive, copy the files back, and it should work... also, if you have a security switch on the drive (write protection) you have to disable it.
Unless I'm misunderstanding, you shouldn't need to use Nero at all to copy your files.
If you use Windows Explorer and locate the directory with your music files, you should be able to just do a copy and paste to a directory on your external harddrive.
Just plug your flash drive in a free USB port and then wait until appear a new drive in File Explorer. From now on you can copy any file like on the other drives from hard disk with copy-paste operation.
The usual limit is exactly 2GB, not 1GB.
It's a limitation of the file-system used for the directory of the disk-drive, when formatted according to the 'FAT32' specifications.
So, copy all the files currently on the Verbatim to your disk-drive.
Then, "reformat" the external (not the "internal") disk-drive, using the 'NTFS' file-system. This file-system has a maximum-file-size limitation for one file that is _much_ larger than the capacity of your Verbatim.
Then, copy all the "saved" files back onto the Verbatim.
Finally, copy your "large" files onto the Verbatim.
Hi Please follow these steps 1. I think its not a problem with flash drive. 2. There should be virus in your computer. 3. Please install anti virus or if it is already there update it. 4. I think that virus is deleting your files in the flash drive.
That means the file has been messed up during transport of some time when it was not being used if you smart enough to have a back up file or two copies of that file just copy and paste or save twice again.