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Sounds like the partition table is screwed up. I've tried simulating it as best I could. I created a 25 MB drive in this video and edited the partition table to show only 2 KB. Formatting only allows me to format the 2KB in your case it would be 0KB and formatting won't do anything. Try the steps in the video.
Is Windows failing to boot?ust do the following.
* Boot up the PC from your Windows installation disk. * Select the "Repair your computer" option * Select "Command Prompt" * Input "bootsect.exe /nt60 SYS /force" (without quotes) * Restart the PC
Try it on another usb port..or If the windows can't format try formatting it from the command prompt if it's not working than must be pendrive.. i think there's no problem with other pendrives.. or the one that you have
No and no, the flash is by default programed to shut off after 1 minute .If you were using the flash on-camera, the flash
would automatically power itself on when camera activity is detected but
when the flash is detached, it doesn't wake back up. To change this you have to turn off the auto shut off in the flash menu: 1. Power the flash on 2. Hold down the back light /C.Fn button until "Fn 00
0" appears on the screen 3. Rotate the selector wheel until you see
"Fn 01 0" 4. Press your selector button down so that the 0 begins
flashing 5. Rotate your selector wheel to change the 0 to a 1
6. Rotate the selector to the "Fn 14 0" position and set it to 1 7. Press your selector button to save this parameter
8. Press your Mode button to return to the main screen Now your flash stays on as long as the flash switch is turned on ON, and as long as you have juice in the batteries.
Do not forget to turn off the flash after you are done.You can reverse it anytime, but you have to read the manual for that..
Try formatting the drive. Assuming Windows XP, just open your "my computer" icon, right-click on the device and choose format. Be aware, formatting will remove any data you may have had on there previously.
If you're using another OS, or if it's an existing drive, please re-state your question giving further details (what OS, what you are trying to retrieve, etc).