11-24-2010 10:26 PM
I have a new 4gb Cruser and I can format the drive as fat32 label the drive but as soon as I go to copy 400 meg of pictures to the drive it goes from a slow glowing pulse (like breathing) to a medium flash then after it copies 5-7 pictures the drive stops accepting data and starts flashing rapid (240 flashes per min) then it throws an error.... Error splicing file: Input/output error.
My cruser 32 Gb works fine.
This type thing happens in Ubuntu and windows XP. I thought it was a bad flash drive but after I exchanged it today I still have the same problem.
Is it a bad batch of drives? Or do I need to do something different.
any guidance would be appreciated ..
11-28-2010 08:58 PM - edited 11-28-2010 09:02 PM
" any guidance would be appreciated .. "
Try using a device that you haven't formated. Does that work?
Are you connecting the device to a hub or directly into the machine? Inadequate power can cause that problem.
Important files = Backed up files