Kingston Flash, not working.

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nicnice

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Hello everyone,
I have used my kingston flash drive for about 8 months and then suddenly it stopped working. There is nothing unusual that happened the last time I used it, i.e. pulling it out too fast, or saving software to it.

The Problem: When I insert the flash drive into my usb port, Windows XP automatically recognizes the drive. I can see the drive in My Computer. When I attempt to access the drive I get "Please Insert a Disk into Drive E:" when I go to properties, it shows 0 bytes for free space, and 0 bytes for used space (the pie graph shows all blue). Then I attempted to Format and I recieved the message, "There is no disk in drive E: Insert a disk and try again" I have tried this on more than one PC as well.

Can someone please help me? I'm not worried so much about the data as I am just being able to use the drive again. Thanks.
 
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What happens when you click on your Harddrive in My computer?
Do you get the same response? Or is it just for the flash drive.
 

nicnice

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When I click on my Hard drive I am able to access it, and when I look at the properties I am able to see how much disk space I've used and how much is available. Only when I click on this particular Flash drive. I've used other flash drives on this PC and they work fine.
 
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