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Windows 7: my flash drive is not readable any more

26 Nov 2011   #1
drgluta

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my flash drive is not readable any more

I know that this question is not associated with this topic but i need help.Ive typed in following command in command prompt bootsect /nt60 and my flash drive is not readable any more...is there any command to reverse mentioned command?I was trying to make bootable usb drive and now i cant access my usb flash anymore and i had some important files on that flash.Anyone help please?


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26 Nov 2011   #2
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by drgluta View Post
I know that this question is not associated with this topic but i need help.Ive typed in following command in command prompt bootsect /nt60 and my flash drive is not readable any more...is there any command to reverse mentioned command?I was trying to make bootable usb drive and now i cant access my usb flash anymore and i had some important files on that flash.Anyone help please?
You should really post this in Vista Forums. I am unfamiliar, but did some googling. Suggest post in Vista Forums, in the general forum. Give them some background on why you ran this command, and hopefully it is reversible.

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How to Make/Create a Bootable USB Flash Disk Windows Vista Installer - UnlockForUs

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