When i connect my 4GB Kingston pen drive to my laptop, it shows an error that USB device not recognised. I don't know what the problem is. When i see in device manager, i see a yellow exclaimatory sign. When i check the properties, it shows an error code 43. How to deal with it?
Kingston pendrive not recognised.(13 posts)
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But its not the solution :D if you find the solution to this problem, it would be helpful to me as well !
(I still have that useless USB with me !)
other usbs work on this system?
does that contain any data? if not then try formatting (if cant format normally then try it from windows cd or um i think theres some hp tool which works very well in it.)
can you see it before your system boots?
can you somehow allocate or reallocate drive letter? its somewhere around populateting the disk,if you can do this then data can easily be retrieved
is it enabled? sometimes it can be also be disabled (happens a lot with my phone)i have to enable it from device manager
i know a NOT RECOMMENDED WAY (just in extreme case and it worked for me)
i had some files of flash drive then i formatted it and then i used photorec and recovered ALL the data.
Nikhil, you said that it contains precious data, so you may try it using it on any other PC to get your data... But as far as the pen drive is concerned, you might consider replacing it. I still have my kingston drive (having the same problem as yours), it works on another laptop (DELL C660), but not on mine (DELL C610).
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