Problem of copying from pendrive.

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I was trying to copy something but my computer stopped working. But the same pen drive worked well in other computer. Why the problem is causing?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #140119

Problem of copying from pendrive.

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Hy,
You are getting error notification when you tried to copy any file in your pen-drive from your computer.  I think your files may  write protected, so you should to check it first for solve this problem.  I suggest you to make some change in your PC registry settings.  At first open your registry by type “regedit” in run option. And then  select  My Computer  then select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SYSTEM>CurrentControlSet>Contro>StorageDevicePolicies. You will see write protect option there. Now double click there for reset the value of it and put 0 there as a new value. After complete all process now you should to restart you computer for new action.
I hope your problem will solve.
 
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Answered By 564905 points N/A #140120

Problem of copying from pendrive.

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If your computer stopped working while copying something onto your USB flash drive, disconnect the USB flash drive then insert it to another computer. Verify that the flash drive is fully detectable and accessible on the computer. Try viewing the contents of the drive in Windows Explorer to verify its accessibility. Test if you can copy a file into the flash drive.

Create a temporary folder in the flash drive then copy a file from the computer to the temporary folder in the flash drive. Verify that the copy is successful. If the results are positive and the USB flash drive is fully functional, disconnect it from the computer then insert it back to your computer. Update your antivirus then scan the flash drive.

If the USB flash drive is clean, check the total file size of all the files you want to copy and then verify the available free space in the USB flash drive. Also, try using a different USB port when inserting the flash drive to the computer. You can also format the flash drive to fix any file system error.

Create a temporary folder in your hard drive then copy all the contents of the flash drive into the temporary folder. After that, format the USB flash drive. Next, copy the files from the temporary folder in your hard drive back to the USB flash drive. Finally, copy the files you want to copy into the USB flash drive.

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