Satellite L675 - 11 H - cannot access and/or played on USB flash drive files
I recently bought a Toshiba Satellite L675 - 11H and tried to transfer files from a USB Pendrive on my hard drive from Toshiba. The files were already transferred from my old laptop (HP - XP) on my USB flash drive.
Unable to access the USB flash drive to any of the USB ports that I connect my new laptop flash drive. What could be the problem here? Thank you for your help or tips!
Can you post more detailes about this behavior? What happens if you connect your laptop HARD drive, you don't see that Windows installs the drivers for the new USB device or do you have an error message? If you have connected the USB check of Windows disk management if she s recognized there (Control Panel > system and security > administrative tools).
Have you tried other USB devices such as USB mice? If they don t work too the problem might be connected to the USB ports. In this case, you must delete all the USB ports on the Device Manager and restart your laptop. Also the chipset driver update might help.
Upgrade from Vista basic to Windows 7 Home Premium computer accepts flash drive but I can't access it. It is correctly stated in devices & Printers but not in my computer as a lettered drive. Read jasmith31 problem, but do not have a Security tab in properties. No error other than "installed device driver. Help please
This problem mainly occurs when windows 7 does not assign a drive letter for your USB drive. It occurs especially with the new flash drives connected to the computer for the first time. Assigning a new drive as such letter should solve the problem.
Please follow the steps in the article posted by Shekhar on how to achieve this.
This should be it.
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I have a Toshiba Satellite U400-10j.
I have Ubuntu on my USB flash drive, now I want to boot from it.
I can't find the option in the BIOS to boot from the Usb flash drive.
Second, I noticed that the phone also has an internal memory card reader.
I could load Ubuntu top then to start the memory stick as well?
Your help will be very appreciated.
I think that it s not able to boot from a USB key on this laptop.
The best way is to use a CD. There, you can start on this notebook and all other laptops.
In the Internet there are many versions of CD of Ubuntu and other Linux systems.
And as said Feliks, it s not able to boot from an SD card because it is not in the BIOS.
Original title: USB Flash Drive issues
So, I tried to open my flash drive on my Dell Inspiron 15 with Windows 8 today to make an assignment. But for some reason some it does not open. This is what appears when I try to open it. I've done many things that are supposed to solve the problem with the ports themselves, but nothing seems to work that makes me think that it is the actual flash player. I don't know what to do all that my University materials are there then I really need to work, or at least find a way to get at least most of my files. Thank you very much for the help in advance.
Sorry for the late reply Jose. I appreciate your efforts to resolve the issue.
This can occur because of one or more of the reasons below:
1. the currently loaded USB driver has become corrupt or unstable.
2. your PC requires an update for problems that could conflict with a key USB and Windows.
3. Windows may miss other problems hardware or software updates.
4. your USB controllers may have become unstable or corrupt.
Check the disc on another computer flash memory to ensure that the issue is not with the device.
You can try the methods below:
Method 1: Uninstall, then reconnect the USB flash drive:
This method solves the problems where the currently loaded USB driver has become corrupt or unstable.
1. go in search for, type device manager in the search box
2. click on Device Manager in the returned list.
3. click on disk in the list of hardware drives
4. right click on the USB with the question and click on uninstall.
5. once the flash player is uninstalled, unplug it.
6. wait 1 minute and then reconnect the USB flash drive. The driver should load automatically.
7. look for the USB key in Windows Explorer
Method 2: Reinstall the USB controllers.
This method addresses the steps where the USB driver currently loaded became unstable or corrupted.
1. click on start, type device manager in the start search box, and then click Device Manager.
2. expand Bus USB controllers. Right click on a device, and then click on uninstall. Repeat for each device.
3. Once complete, restart your computer. Your USB controllers will automatically install.
I hope this helps to solve the issue. If you still have the same problem, get back to us.
I am signed in as an administrator, but cannot install software that I uninstalled it before. The following message has prompted
"Windows cannot access the specified device, the path of the file. You can not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.
Can someone help me with this? Thank you.
Hi Arya S Asok,.
It seems that the anti-virus program has blocked the process. I have temporary disable the anti-virus and installing simply not work its way! Thank you for your help.
Hello. I use Windows Vista.
I had a particular problem. Whenever I have plug in a USB key and try and access it, I get a pop saying "Windows Explorer has stopped working." the file is closed. If I wait a long time (i.e. 10 seconds), I might be able to get into the drive without any problems, but even when there is no guarantee. The problem persists in each USB slot I use. In addition, it is not that the computer is not able to detect it. It can detect and identify that it is a USB flash drive. It's just that whenever I try to access (or the folders inside the flash player), windows Explorer stops working and restarts.
Does anyone have this problem before? And any help is appreciated. Thank you.
The mistake made reference the MSVCR80.dll, which is a Microsoft file, but it may be another third party file, causing the problem.
DivX is installed?
If so, can you uninstall DivX and see if the error resolves.
I stupidly, twice - after using USB flash drives - just shot when he in fact without removing them properly. Now, they are listed at all times in my 'Device Manager' and in 'my computer '. I went into Device Manager and tried to uninstall them. It seemed to work but the next time I booted up Vista found drivers and now they are back in 'my computer' and Device Manager. This does not seem to be a problem, but I would like to get rid of them.
Please see the following instructions on how to see the ghost devices:
I hope this helps!
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I did install Windows Vista Business Edition on my Satellite A100-626 (PSAA9) following the instructions provided in the Web page of drivers.
So far, everything works as expected, except for one little (or no) question.
When I ask Vista to 'Remove hardware safely' my USB Flash drive, a Popup appears telling me to remove it. So far, so good :D
The only thing is that the flash player is not put out as could be expected and and yellow question mark appears in Device Manager.
Opening of the question mark can read what follows:
"Windows cannot use this hardware device because it has been developed to remove safely, but it has not been removed from the computer. (Code 47) To resolve this issue, disconnect the device from your computer and plug it in again. »
Following the instructions above, the light turns off, lol...
Someone else met this strange behavior? If so, any solution?
I tried a few USB flashes that run well on XP and they both do the same thing.
Thank you, Nuno!
It's very strange. I have the Satellite A100-504 (comes with Windows XP Home edition). Last week, I installed Vista and all the stuff followed Toshiba document instructions facilities. I use the mouse wireless, external HDD USB web cam. With the help of these external devices together I never noticed a similar behavior.
You have the same situation with all the USB ports?
So here's the scenario
I encrypted an external usb flash drive. If I have access to this USB key, enter my password, decrypt the USB key. then close the session,
and go to access as a guest (ALWAYS logged IN MY ACCOUNT) so that the family can use my computer,
What happens to someone else, they can access the flash drive which has been deciphered from my account?
should not the external drive is accessible to the account, that it has been deciphered?
Once the drive is mounted (enabling access through decryption as well) is accessible to all users.
cannot copy pictures or my movie for flash player files more. Flash player is not filled to the top. Used last 3 weeks ago. You are using windows xp, media center edition 2005.
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cannot copy pictures or my movie for flash player files more. Flash drive
is not filled to the top. Used last 3 weeks ago. Using windows xp, Media Center
Maybe there is a small slider that changes the drive to
And... There may be a limit to the number of files that can
Add in the root directory of the drive. This can be
fixed by adding a few folders to sort the files.
John Inzer - MS - MVP - Digital Media Experience - Notice_This is not tech support_I'm volunteer - Solutions that work for me may not work for you - * proceed at your own risk *.
Original title: Windows 7 USB/Flash drive problems
In Windows 7, if I plug in my USB drive, the message box appears titled ' do you want to scan and difficulty of removable disk (e :))?» If I click on Scan and Fix, he deletes my files (or so I thought). I hope that the files are still there and I have simply can't see because the drive is FAT32 and not NTFS (it says that most of the drive is NOT of free space, so I assume that the files are still there). What should I do to see / access files?
Note: A reader, I never selected "Scan and repair"... so I can still see/access files.
On the other drive, however, the first time I plugged it on Windows 7, I clicked Scan and Fix and it erased all the files on this drive (I guess). This of course got me very angry.
It seems that the file format has been corrupted. You might consider formatting the drive in NTFS file system and check if this solves the problem. For Windows 7, the best choice for hard disks is NTFS.
Note: Make sure that you back up the data before formatting the disk.
See these articles for more information on formatting disks and flash player:
Create and format a hard disk partition
Formatting disks and drives: frequently asked questions
Formatting erases all existing files on a flash drive. If you format a flash disk that has files on it, the files will be deleted.
Hope this information helps.
good day... I have problem with all the USB flash drive... before, I can see flash drives in my computer and browse its content but now Windows does not show it in workstation. Windows can still recognize flash drives but it will show under devices instead of workstation. However, when I tried to browse the content of the flash player, I received this message: "this operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator. "Because of this restriction, I can no longer navigate and access my files in my flash drive. I check my user account and see that I am, log in as an administrator.I tried the solution to uninstall and reinstall the USB controllers and editing the registry (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\USBSTOR 'start = 3'), but nothing helped. The problem is still there. I can still access the files in my flash disk. Moreover, my flash drives work perfectly well on other computers.Please help... Thank you very much.
Welcome to the forum.
Before reinstalling Windows, I suggest you to check the system files are they work very well or not and to check who are trying to run the (SFC) System File Checker tool.
Scan SFC will be scans all protected system files and replaces incorrect versions with appropriate Microsoft versions.
How to use the System File Checker tool to fix the system files missing or corrupted on Windows Vista or Windows 7
- Go to Start, click all programs and open the Accessories.
- Right-click on command prompt in the list programs, and then select run as administrator. If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click OK.
- In the command prompt, type the following command and press ENTER:
For more information, refer to this link:
Get back to us with the result of the analysis, and we will be happy to help you.
Is it possible to make my laptop boot USB flash drive?
I checked the BIOS settings, but could not find anything that allows the boot from USB.
> So after 40 hours there is no one who can answer this question 'complex'... strange forum.
Hay buddy, you have good sense of humor ;)
Do you really believe that someone to sit here and wait for your non-complex question? ;)
Anyway, this issue is so simple and you don't need to ask someone here. If you do not find option bootable BIOS to set USB peripheral device for me is logical that this will not work.
Please check the BIOS settings.
I can listen to music and watch videos on my Xoom2 via Wi - Fi from my computer, but when I try the same music or videos from a USB Flash drive, I can see all the files, but when I try to play any of them the Xoom2 go to "settings". Someone at - it an answer to the prayer of the problem.
I had a similar problem when you try to view the div - x movies from a USB key. I downloaded mx video player and can play now without problem
I put my new 32 gb sandisk Flash DRIVE on my pc and then followed the steps HP support assistant to create a recovery media. I get a message to say the minimum 22 GB capacity. He gets 90% and then comes up with a message saying that we live errors in the creation of recovery media. Please try again.
Welcome to the HP Forums!
It's a great place to find answers and advice!
You have the best experience in the HP forum, I would like to draw your attention to the Guide of the HP Forums.
I understand you are trying to create a recovery on a USB media. The process is progressing well until it gets to 90% and fails then indicating that she has problems in the creation of recovery media. Please try again.
Please use a white, not more than 32 GB and USB flash drive high quality brand not like Windows compatible 8. As he only missed the first attempt, I suggest that you format the USB key before you re-attempt to create the
Here is a link to the computers HP - create a recovery Image on disk, or save a recovery Image on a Flash USB (Windows 8) drive that can also help.
If you are unable to complete the creation of the recovery media please contact HP support for assistance.
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