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Old 12-06-2007, 10:59 PM
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I have a 8gig flash drive from a customer that I am trying to recover information from, but Windows says USB Device Not Recognized any ideas how to get to this drive to recover the info?

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Here is a tool that can recover information off flash based memory:
http://www.technibble.com/repair-too...week-photorec/
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I tried that program but cant get windows to recognize the USB device say cannot read device may be damaged. Any ideas?
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I tried that program but cant get windows to recognize the USB device say cannot read device may be damaged. Any ideas?
If it is really valuable company data, I would use a data recovery service.

http://drivesavers.com/solutions/removable-media.html
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