Stevemitchell Posted September 29, 2010 Share Posted September 29, 2010 Hi Ram Guy - I'm at my wits end on this one. I first purchased a CORSAIR Flash Voyager GT 8GB Flash Drive (USB2.0 Portable) 256bit AES Encryption Model CMFUSB2.0-8GBGT in April of 2008. It failed in my pocket in April 2010 and Newegg didn't have a replacement, so I was refunded. I then purchased the heavy-duty Corsair 32 GB Flash Voyager GTR USB 2.0 Flash Drive CMFVYA32GBGT2 from Amazon in April 2010. This drive also failed in my pocket in early June of 2010, with a serious loss of personal data. Sometime during the previous year or so, Amazon changed their policy of honoring mfg warranties for the first year. I pitched a fit and "as a courtesy", Amazon replaced the unit with a like one. Here it is, late September of 2010, and once again, my Corsair 32 GB Flash Voyager GTR USB 2.0 Flash Drive CMFVYA32GBGT2 has failed. When I say "in my pocket" I'm simply referring to that fact that these thumbdrives sit on my keychain until I need them, or need files off of them. I tried this drive this morning in 3 different machines, and while being recognized, the OS cannot access the drive, doesn't think it's there. I'd be curious to know if a keychain (not carkey chain, but a 'locks' keychain) is too rough an environment for these devices? Do I need to give up carrying them? Stevemitchell Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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