The most common damage is a broken USB tip or device tormented from bad workmanship. Common error messages tell you your fate — “USB Device Not
Recognized” — what to do?
Consumers should know, 1 GB CompactFlash cards can be manufactured with four 256 MB NAND chips, the chips that store data. Manufacturers use four instead of one single 1 GB NAND wafers; they think about themselves first. But, the least parts the better. This is also the case with USB memory sticks.
The more recent a device was produced, the better for consumers; that last 4 GB USB flash drive that just arrived at Best Buy might use only one NAND chip. The truth is Best Buy purchases so many nationwide that you are likely to have purchased a USB device with two 512 MB chips instead of one.
Broken USB devices are common; you broke off your tip by bumping it while plugged into your USB port, while vacuuming; students bump them while plugged into laptops. Memory stick recovery is always possible, if you know who to ask.
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