How to solve my pen drive problem ?

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Hi there ,

My pen drive is new. It's can nice service in my computer. But now and then my pen drive have show abnormal behavior. Such as

when its use to another computer, there are not show full data. Really I am facing big problem. Not only that some folder is always

show but when that folder I click there are no information were found. In this circumstances what can I do ? Please give me a good

suggestion.

Thanks

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Answered By 0 points N/A #126811

How to solve my pen drive problem ?

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Hi,

       The problem your facing with your pen drive is because the usb has been effected by virus files. When you insert the usb device you will be able to see some folders but when you try to open them you cannot find any files in that when you try deleting them the folder re-appears again when you open the folders in the pen drive. The solution for this kind of problem is first scan the pen-drive with anti-virus 

     The best method is insert the pen-drive < Right click the drive < format < check the quick format box < enter

This will solve the problem 

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How to solve my pen drive problem ?

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Hello,

There can be many reason behind this trouble. The most possible error might be viruses.

1. Scan your PC for virus

Viruses are one of the most troublesome program that not only destroys data but also hardware. Download any good antivirus software and scan your PC with it.

Some good antiviruses are:

2. Give a format to your pen drive

This is the best troubleshooting service for your pen drive. Open your Windows Explorer. From the USB drive icon, right-click on it and select “Format”.

3. Re-install driver

  • Open Windows Explorer.
  • From the USB drive icon, right-click on it and select “Properties”.
  • Open the “Hardware” tab.
  • From the bottom side, click “Properties”.
  • Go to “Drivers” tab.
  • Click “Uninstall Driver”.
  • Remove your USB drive and connect it again.

4. Run Windows Command

  • From the Start menu, type “cmd”.
  • Right click on “cmd.exe” and select “Run as administrator”.
  • Run the following command:

chkdsk x: /r

Where “x” is the pendrive’s drive letter.

Hope your problem is solved now.

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