USB Flash Drive showing as "unspecified" windows10

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Hi, My adata pendrive last seen as a error like needs to format. and then its not showing up my pc. My pc detect the pendrive, but not showing in the my computer or the disk management. only Device and Printers Tab as "unspecified"

I tried to update the driver, but its showing driver is already updated.pendrive.pngpendrive.png
 

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Can you try connecting it to another device to see if it'll recognise properly? Unfortunately, some times flash drives will fail without warning, but it's worth checking on another PC just in case it hasn't failed entirely.
 

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Can you try connecting it to another device to see if it'll recognise properly? Unfortunately, some times flash drives will fail without warning, but it's worth checking on another PC just in case it hasn't failed entirely.
yes, I tried another device. same problem.
 

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I don't think so, but others may have some ideas they can bring to the table.
 

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If nothing on the Adata drive is bootable, plug it into the computer before you power up the computer.
Can you see it now?
If so, I'd copy the files to another device (USB stick, external portable drive, folder on the PC it is connected to, CD/DVD).
 
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