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Old 08-31-2008, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default PNY USB Drive broken WITH my files gone

Hi, I had some school work on my pen drive. I back my pen drive up every now and then incase of pen drive failure. Well guess what. Pen drive failed. sh!t. typical. I thought is might just be the USB port (i have just got a new motherbaord), so i plugged in a mouse - the mouse doesn't work anymore. fried. bust. knackerd. the pen drive doesn't detect in any other pc in the house . No windows drive popup crap. WHAT DO I DO?

The USB ports all work fine now, after pulling out the front panel connector and putting it back in (it was all correctly wired up okay anyway).

I lost atleast 3 hours work if NOT more. A flash drive is solid state technology, it's probaly still on there, just perhaps some of the PCB board components are mucked up, but the flash memory itself might be ok. Is there anything I can do? I just want about less than 20mb of files back. PLEASE.

What caused it a voltage or current spike?
1: Q6700 @ stock 3GHz 775 6GB-DDR800 ASROCK penryn 1600SLI, 1GB ATI RAEDON 5770 ~ 3TB internal;
2: 3.2Ghz Phenom 9550 Black ed 4GB-DDR3, ASUS skt AM3, HD 4850 512MB
3: Core i7 3.2GHz, 6GB DDR3, 512MB EN8800GT, 1TB Internal
4: Athlon 4000+ skt 939 6600GT 3GB
5: P4 3.4GHz, 3GB-DDR, ASUS skt 775, ATI RAEDON 9550
+ all my other lovely comp parts :)
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