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Erase Data? 'how to erase data on sandisk 2gb cruzer micro flash drive'

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If you goto My computer and click on the Appropriate Letter for your flash Drive you can then Right click on it and go to "FORMAT" and then from there click Ok or Next. This will erase all data on the flash drive. You can also physically open the drive in my computer and select everything by pressing CTRL and A at the same time and then pressing the DELETE key on your keyboard, either one works fine and will delete the data off of a flash drive. Hope my answer gets you closer to a solution. Please Help rate me if I helped you out or not I am new but a very good tech.

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Describe your 2GB Cruzer Micro USB Flash Drive (SDCZ62048A10) Hard Drive Problem my cruzer data loss


For SanDisk flash drive to save the data, use software, U3 Launchpad. This program is used to saved data, repair damaged firmware, and firmware updates.

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Dear Team Today when i try to use my CRUZER U3 (8GB) I GET MESSAGE "you have reached the maximum number of failed password...


Each U3 smart drive comes with a pre-defined number of login attempts. When you have only 3 attempts remaining, you will receive a warning message to prevent losing your data unnecessarily.
SanDisk does not have any method to bypass the password security feature on Cruzer U3 flash drives. SanDisk has not built in any back door or password reset methods. If the password feature is enabled and you exceed the number of incorrect password attempts, the drive will lock. Once the drive is locked there is no way to unlock the drive or gain access to the data stored on the device. You can only select the format feature, which will perform a secure erase (drive wipe) and data recovery will NOT be possible. U3 Cruzer flash drives which are password protected use 128bit AES encryption for data security

http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/191

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if the usb connector broke off of the board inside the plastic casing, no, you wont be able to retrieve the data.

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My cruzer micro 4gb flash needs compression but I get the message drive not formatted. How can I recover the data without formatting the flash drive since formatting will erase all of my data?


You can run a data recovery app on the drive and attempt to pull off any data still accessible. I recommend the GetDataBack Data Recovery apps from http://www.runtime.org . Get the one for the file system on your thumb drive and give it a try. These apps have recovered data from "dead" drives for me more times than I can count.

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Bring the Sandisk cruzer to any computer store that offers data recovery and back up or data retrieval. We called them the Data Recovery Center.

Most of them has a software they use in cracking passwords and other secured programs. From their computer, they could actually back up your important files saved in your Sandisk. Then you may now reformat your device.

Hope this helps and have a great day!

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I would recommend plugging your Cruzer into another computer. It's possible that your computer has corrupted or incorrect drivers for the flash drive. This is one cause of the yellow alert in Device Manager. If you move the flash drive to another machine and it works, you can save your data and make a backup copy. If your Cruzer doesn't work in a different computer (I would try at least 2 other working computers), it's possible that the flash drive is faulty.

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Cruzer Micro 2GB, USB Need to recover data


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Sandisk flash drive


Strange... Vista does seem to have a problem with everything Sandisk...

Anyway, this should be all you need:

Launchpad Installer

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