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drmoneejd

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to many this is not a big deal, because they aren't very expensive, however i also need to buy a power supply, so i need to save everything i can...anyway, basically, i have a two GB Sandisk Cruzer flash drive(i had taken U3 off of it). i let someone borrow it for a couple weeks. when they gave it back, i noticed it didn't slide in/out as easily and had a scratch on each side. then, when i plugged it in, the computer didn't recognized it at all. any ideas as to what happened or if its fixable?
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I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it sounds like it was physically damaged. You can try removing it from the plastic covering and see how badly it is damaged and see if it is possibly fixable.
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Well Thanks anyway. well since im buyin one anyway, could you explain the different securities they have on them, like the encryption things, cause i dont really understand those...
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