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Flash drives give notices like that when the files or system on them is corrupted. Put it in again, and select "fix problem" if that option shows up. If not, go to file explorer, find it and right click on it and click "format". (you will lose any files on it, but by this time probably anything on it will be useless anyhow.) If none of these work, you may need to buy a new one.

Lexar Computers... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018


USB flash devices don't need drivers. I believe you might have removed one or both of these drives from the PC without using the proper procedure, and the PC (or notebook) is now "confused". Re-attach one or both devices, but this time, either use (Windows) Explorer to "electronicaly" eject the device (right click, then choose eject) or use "Safely Remove Device" shortcut, usually on the bottom right=hand corner of your screen (the taskbar).

Lexar Media... | Answered on Sep 11, 2017


Reformat the drive to restore.

Lexar JumpDrive... | Answered on Aug 24, 2017


The chip inside that is used to store information went bad. There is no way to recover the drive.

Lexar 16GB... | Answered on Oct 18, 2015


Return it if it's under a year old - it may be a fake/faulty item.

Lexar Jumpdrive... | Answered on Aug 13, 2015


Change the formar type to ext2 or ntfs if tour problems are file size related. If IT es because thw pen es full you will hace to deleite unwanted files.

Lexar Jumpdrive... | Answered on Oct 12, 2014


chek if formating is in fat filesystem, fat 32 has a size limit for single files of 4 GB fat 16 limits it to 2 GB so if you are trying to put a dvd-rip of 4.5 GB there is your problem, anyways right click on the drive in my computer, click-properties, under general you will see what file system it is, to change you will need to format the drive, and be careful because formating deletes everything off targeted drive - to format right click on the drive and select format..., choose ntfs file system and quick format if you want (speeds up the process), (be sure you saved data on hdd beforehand) and hit format. if the issue is not file system related i rly don't know what else could it be

Lexar Echo ZX... | Answered on Sep 22, 2014


They are not designed to be user serviced so they only way to open them would be to pry the case apart making sure to avoid putting pressure on the circuit board connected to the USB plug.

Lexar Computers... | Answered on Sep 11, 2014


Go into your photo gallery and hand select the ones you want. If you hold down control button as you select you can choose multiple photos to transfer without selecting them all. Hit save and you are done.

Lexar Jumpdrive... | Answered on Aug 12, 2014


Hi Sarah... We will need to know a few more specifics before any information can be given to you. What program where you in, and what type of document were you trying to save. If you were in Microsoft Word, you can go up to the "file" menu, and look for "recent items". At that point, you would be able to open the document that you were working on, and then save it to your location of choice. What you might find simpler in the future, is to simply save documents to your desktop, and then drag them to the flash drive directly from there. At that point, you will have the document both on your desktop and the flash drive, and you can then take the documents it is still on your desktop, and move it into your documents folder...

Lexar 8GB... | Answered on Jun 21, 2014


Just plug it in. If it's not recognized, you may have to format it in a computer to FAT32. Make sure you back up any data on it before you reformat it.

Lexar 64MB FLASH... | Answered on Jun 19, 2014


Try putting hard drive into another computer as a slave then format it ,that should cure it dont forget to change the little switch thingy from master to slave though

Lexar Computers... | Answered on Apr 26, 2014


The same way you save other document to other USB drives oor other folders.
But when you insert the USB drive to the computer, you should see the drive in your browser. If not, the computer has trouble finding the correct driver.
First try to see the USB drive in your browser, then try saving things to it.

Lexar 16Gb... | Answered on Feb 20, 2014


If it shows up as a drive letter try formatting it.

Lexar 8GB... | Answered on Jan 11, 2014


If using a PC, considering you have the USB driver installed (perform windows update first and install any suggested/required updates), plug in the flash drive, open the windows explorer, locate the flash drive, right mouse click on the name of the drive, a window should appear and select format with a left button click to execute.

Lexar JumpDrive... | Answered on Dec 22, 2013


The thumb drive you have came already formatted and ready to use. It will read as a DISK because it works the same as a CD or DVD disc. A formatted flash drive is set up at the factory and ready to be used by the new owner. Just copy what you want to move from the computer to the flash drive. When you want to remove data from the flash drive, simply DELETE doing the same as you would on your computer PC or Laptop.

Lexar 8GB... | Answered on Dec 19, 2013

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