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Installed usb ovhd flash drive, worked fine for a week, now says error during recording

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What fix do you want?
1. Recover files
2. Reformat the flash drive and make it work
3. 1+2
4. Check Flash drive to see if it is faulty
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SOURCE: usb flash drive 2 gb

Hi ...

When that happen try going into the device manager area >>> start >>>
control panel >>>system >>> hardware tab >>> device manager , now notice
your usb controllers area , its mostly likely open and if so ?
See if you notice a little yellow exclamation mark http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exclamation_mark by it , if so , right click on it
and select delete , then highlight your computer name http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naming_scheme on the very top of the
devise manager , select " Action " and then select " scan for hardware
changes , at this point your compute should now notice your usb devise , by
the way make sure when you are performing this that your usb devise is plug
in , See if that helps.

Else refer to this website http://www.uwe-sieber.de/usbtrouble_e.html
This site every issue related to USB device.
I am sure this will surely fix your problem.

Thanx for using fixya,
Bye.

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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SOURCE: USB Flash drive suddenly not recognized in WinXP

Ive included here a link that helped me fix a problem with my flash drive that was giving the same problems. perhaps you could take a look at it.

http://www.hat.net/geeky/node/221

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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SOURCE: During scheduled recording for 1 1/2 hours, chanell changes

I called panasonic and they sent me @ no charge a cd update that fixed my problem. I talked to
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This cd may fix other problems for this model.

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SOURCE: asus P5QC mobo won't recognize personal storage through USB

i have this problem too but i know if you disable usb2 in bios it will solve the problem but speed is too slow and i cant solve this problem (speed)
my email:majidasadi2001@gmail.com

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I need to boot Win7 by USB flash Drive created by a 2.5"FF SATA drive.

If you can tell your BIOS to use USB as the first boot device and the USB is from an ISO of Win7, it should work but your laptop won't be happy as the drivers may be wrong.

Posted on Dec 07, 2014

Testimonial: "I tried this but was unsuccessful, I am using Dell Optiplex GX280 small form factor desktop computer not a laptop. When I selected only USB bootable through CMOS setup, it didn't work and computer is not detecting any USB boot device."

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Hi phun2008

Did your question get answered? (I'm not sure what "no thanks" was in response to.)

Your flash drives should work fine w/ Windows XP. They should be detected by the operating system as mass storage devices - plug-n-play - w/ no need for drivers installtion, etc.

You may, however, experience detection issues w/ them on systems w/ older USB hardware. If the flash drives are USB 2.0 drives, they will not be detected on systems running USB 1.1 or earlier - regardless of the OS (operating system) installed.

On the other hand, if they are USB 1.1 flash drives, they should be detected fine on both older and newer USB ports as USB 2.0 is "backward compatible".


I hope this helps.

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