Please help me with my USB Flash Storage.

By Alucard777 ยท 8 replies
Oct 27, 2004
  1. I have just gotten an Apacer Handy Steno 2.0 256MB USB flash storage device from my friend. The installation goes great, but after everything is done, I cannot see the usb flash drive. My computer recognizes it in the device manager, but refuses to show me the drive in My Computer. I have a 226R Vpr Matrix: . Please help me. Thank you for your help.
  2. Alucard777

    Alucard777 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Never mind. I figured it out! Thanks to whoever was going to reply!
  3. gielie79

    gielie79 TS Rookie

    same problem


    i have the same problem, how did you solve this?

    greetz gielie
  4. lukeyu

    lukeyu TS Rookie

    try assign a drive letter in windows disk management
  5. nemogamo

    nemogamo TS Rookie

    tell me how do you assign drive letter, bro?

    i already open Control Panel/Admistrative Tools/Computer Management
    /Storage/Disk Management

    but i can not see how to assign drive letter, plz help !!! :eek:
  6. lukeyu

    lukeyu TS Rookie

    Right click the partition, and click "Change drive letter and path..."
  7. nemogamo

    nemogamo TS Rookie

    should i add, change or else, & what is the next step upto finish?
    do i have to plug the UFD in? coz i can not modify a thing at all..
  8. lukeyu

    lukeyu TS Rookie

    if there is not drive letter, you should add it. Or you can change it!
  9. Alucard777

    Alucard777 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    You all do know that this thread is almost two years old, right? XD
    Wow.. Been a long time since I posted here o.O.

    *Warning*By doing this, you will lose any and all the information that was on the drive!*Warning*
    To fix it, I went into Control Panel, and then went into Administrative Tools. After this, I clicked on Computer Management. Then, on the left side of the Computer Management window, click on Disk Management. In here, I was able to format the USB Drive by right-clicking on the drive and pressing format. Since there was nothing important on it anyway (got it free from a friend), I wasn't worried about the data on it. This is how I fixed it. Ofcourse, I'm sure their are other nondestructive ways of fixing it, but this is how I did it.

    Once again.... Wow... Two years since I've been here. O.O

    Hope this helps you all.
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