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Oh good god, why me, my USB stick i use to transfer files from college to home etc, has stopped working, both at home and college so therefore i assume, it is the disk, windows recognises the device no problem. But upon opening the "My Computer" window within exploror i find it is not displayed, thing is guys i really need some files form the disk, even if it is just the design of a cd rom business image, i still need something to hand in on friday.
Hu hu....waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! (By the way we need a crying smily) :mad:
i had this problem with a cd drive once i had t leave my computer off for a couple of days so it had an complete cooldown(it might help here to it worked for the cd drive and even for my zipdrive ;) )
Thanks for your reply, but both the stick and the laptop hs been stonecold since yesterday night.
But i hope you are right!
your laptop might be cold but drives are somewhat different(for exaple my cd drive (my computer was cold the cd drive felt cold 2 but it was gone and it would'nt reapear until i left my computer off for a couple of days)).
[ 30. November 2004, 15:53: Message edited by: merder ]
Originally posted by SpArKy:
Hu hu....waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! (By the way we need a crying smily) :mad: http://simulation.tombraiderforums.com/forum/sadsmile.jpg
Assuming the stick isn't faulty ( :( I have only seen this problem when the drive letter after the last hard drive or CD-ROM is already assigned? I.E. mapped to a network share point for example.
MMM well i dont think i have done theat, although i think maybe the disk is damaged but windows detects it fine. It is strange, these thigns always happen to me Sim...ALWAYS
Thanks the smily too
Sparky is this the same drive we were talking about on TRM???
Or is it a diffrent one ?
Please let me know?
No completely different, the USB Pen device still doesnt appear on any list as a drive or as anything to that matter, although the light comes on and seems to be working.
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