microsoft driver 6.1.7600.16385

April 4, 2011 at 10:51:50
Specs: Windows 7
can not open the floash drive having this drive microsoft 6.1.7600.16385r.

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April 4, 2011 at 11:26:11
Flash drives do not need any special driver.The generic one supplied by the operating system should work fine.


That version is probably only for Windows 7.

If the flash drive does not show up as one or more (logical) drive letters in Computer or Windows Explorer, or if it does but files or folders that you know should be on the flash drive are not showing up....

Troubleshooting USB device problems including for flash drives, external drives, memory cards.
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Check that out first.

Rarely, not all the ports on the back of a desktop case may be able to supply 500ma each.

If you have a desktop computer, Note that I answered a Topic on this site where a guy had an external drive, which does require the full 500ma, connected to a port on the back of a desktop case - it would not work properly when a webcam was in the port next to it, but it worked fine when the webcam was unplugged. Ports on the back of a desktop case often have two ports connected to the same USB controller module that are ports one above the other - you could try connecting the flash drive to one of those and leaving the other un-used.

Once you are SURE according to the above info that the flash drive is plugged into a USB port it SHOULD work fine with...

If you have not dropped the drive or otherwise damaged it, your problem was probably caused by you NOT clicking on the Safely Remove Hardware icon in your Taskbar and STOPping accessing the drive BEFORE you unplugged the drive while Windows was running.
There are several programs that you could try that will probably fix your problem.

Specifically, links to some programs that can repair the data damage are here -
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