memory stick not recognised

  Les53 10:56 08 Feb 09

I have 2 identical memory sticks which were both working ok.
For some reason one is recognised as been a raw disk, i have tried it on other pcs, on a laptop it listed with a floppy drive, but there is no floopy drive in the laptop any ideas?
it only a few week old, i wouldn't return it to 7day shop as it has lots of personal info on it including passwords etc

  Andsome 11:11 08 Feb 09

When you first removed it from the computer did you just simply pull it out, or did you go through the proper dismount procedure?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:35 08 Feb 09

error on track zero, ther is not much chance of retrieving the data ut the drive might be reuseable.

Download "fat32format.exe" & paste in system32 folder. then from command prompt c:\fat32format <path of removable media>.

you can download from "click here".

  Les53 11:55 08 Feb 09

yea i did just pull the stick out cause i have two the same i picked up the wrong one, dumb i know.
So the A is the floppy and the E is the drive i need to format.
i have downloaded the file as suggested, what is the correct path for the E drive after c:\fat32format

  Les53 12:07 08 Feb 09

i used the disk management within windows formatted to fat 32, done cheers

  Andsome 20:41 08 Feb 09

To remove a memory stick NEVER EVER just simply pull it out. When one is in the computer there will be a very small icon in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. Double click on that icon and a window will appear. Highlight the memory stick in the window and click on STOP, another windows will appear showing a list of memory devices . Click on the one in question to highlight it and select close. When permission is given you can safely remove it.

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