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Please insert disk

"I have a 32g flash drive, when I insert it into any PC it is seen OK, but when I try open it, I get a message 'please insert disk int removable disk'?"
Have tried changing drive number to no effect.

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Re: disc

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What does Disc Management say about allocated and unallocated space, the number of partitions and their file system? That's the first step of telling the meaning of "it is seen OK".

Kees

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In Reply to: Please insert disk by CVol

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Disc Management says "no media" it says it is recognised as "removable"
Does this answere?

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I read this as ...

In reply to: In Reply to: Please insert disk by CVol

it's a removable drive and there's no media in it. Seems like your flash drive is broken. Such a big flash drive might be rather new so still have warranty. Back to the shop then. It's easy for them to check on their own machines.

Kees

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format?

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have u done it?

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In Reply to: I read this as ... by Kees_B

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Not under warranty anymore, just over a year old, looks like I gotto toss it!!!

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