Cannot access my possibly corrupted 128gb flash drive

Ask a question JurryRiggedJunk - Last answered on Aug 8, 2017 at 04:51 AM by JurryRiggedJunk

I have reason to believe that my PNY 128gb flash drive has become corrupt, and the primary partition has become damaged. I cannot format it, and every attempt to fails. It creates a spam of errors telling me to format it on my windows 7 computer, and on my windows 8 laptop, it reads as "Removable Disk (H:)", and flickers between a hard drive icon and a blank document file icon constantly. I cannot access it, I cannot right-click it without the menu immediately going away, and Disk Manager freezes every time the drive is plugged in to either computers. I would really like to use this flash drive, and I'm hoping it's not ruined beyond repair. Please help!

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It's me the bad news bear. Your flash drive is damaged, unfortunately flash drives cannot be repaired.

JurryRiggedJunk- Aug 8, 2017 at 04:51 AM
Well, that's a real bummer....But thanks for letting me know.
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