My jumpdrive also "just stopped working." After editing some files on the drive, I removed it correctly from my laptop. When I attempted to use the drive on my pc, it was dead. It's almost as if there is a loose connection inside it. No computer will recognize the drive. Obviously, there are important files, that I need, on the drive. Is there ANY HOPE OF RECOVERY?
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Upload the files to the jumpdrive. Remove jumpdrive from computer 1 and insert in computer 2. When computer 2 recognizes the jumpdrive, copy the files to a directory folder where you want to save the music. Unplug the jumpdrive.
You're looking for the option to "Format" the flash drive. Plug it in to your computer, and depending on the operating system, you're going to click Start > My Computer or Compute > Then right click on the Flash Drive, it should be listed on the left hand side of the screen. Find the Format option and select it. That should delete all of the files.
Chances are that one or more of the components on the PCB have stopped operating properly. This is a fairly typical symptom, and usually recoverable. I would be happy to take a look at your flash drive: http://happydatarecovery.com/
i have the same problem i have a report due tomorrow and its on the jumpdrive