SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error repair tool fix to do data recovery

SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error

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SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error repair tool fix to do data recovery, best Sandisk data recovery software help you recover MS word,excel, pictures, music, video files from SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error

 

Use "unformat" to recover data from SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error laptop after quick format,full format,accidentally formatted,reformatting,High-level formatting,Low-level formatting.

Use "recover partition" to recover files from SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error laptop partition,lost partition,changed ,damaged partition.And if the size or position of partition is changed by format,It can not recover with "unformat"so you can use "recover partition"mode.

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Use "Full Scan" to recover data from SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error which can not be found with "undelete" and "unformat" and "recover partition",after showing an error,display as raw file system,unformatted,unknown partition,unpartitioned,needs to be formatted,or the file system is not exfat,not fat32,not ntfs.

"SanDisk USB Flash Drive nightmare IO error" ,I recently bought a SanDisk Cruzer Micro 1GB flash drive. It refuses to work on my computer. I've dealt with SanDisk's Tech Support -- absolutely no help. I've lost the receipt and packaging (I just moved in to a new apartment), so I have no chance of being able to return it. Here's the scoop: I plug it in, WinXP detects it just fine and that blasted U3 software (which I've since removed) loads up. I go to copy a file...system hang. I wait...and wait...and wait. Eventually, the light on the drive goes out with my PC still holding it's ****. I unplug the drive. Screen goes blank (except for bg pic) and after a few seconds my desktop comes just as it would after a typical XP explorer crash -- most of the open windows are now closed and there aren't too many icons in the tray. Here's the kicker (well, a few actually), I have a SanDisk 256MB Cruzer Mini which works fine. I had a 1GB Cruzer Mini earlier this year (which I returned) which did the same thing the Cruzer Micro does now. I tried the thing on my gf's (who has a 2GB Cruzer Micro) computer and it works fine. Recently, I've been getting an error when I try to transfer files stating "The request could not be processed because of an I/O device error." However, I am able to transfer files that are smaller than 1 MB. I've tried this plastic perturbance in FAT and FAT32. No luck. Just to avoid confusion, I have a 1GB SD card for my camera. Works fine. I even went out and bought one of those adapters that turns the card into a USB drive...still works fine. Someone please help me out here. AMD Athlon 3200+, MSI MB KT6 Delta series, VIA KT600 chipset. BIOS and drivers are all most recent.

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