Toshiba offers a
wide range of compact and stylish USB flash drives. There are multiple
manufacturers in the market offering flash drives. But Toshiba offers a
convenient way of backing up and transporting your information. It helps to
speed and to secure your data. It helps to store your most confidential files,
photos, and videos. Not only storing, but the durability of it is what it makes
better than the other USB drives in the market. It is connected easily to any
computer and can consume less power than other hard-disk drives.
If you are looking for a high-quality and
speedy USB, then Toshiba is the best option for you. Nonetheless, it is offered
at throwaway prices. You can ask more about the services it offers from Toshiba Customer Support.
Is your Flash drive mutilated and needs to be mended?
Then, you have to
go through these steps to get it cure in a minute:-
Step1. Start the
process by inserting the flash drive into a USB port. Wait for few moments for
your computer to recognize.
Step2. A ‘Safely
Remove Hardware’ icon will appear in the system tray on your screen.
Double-click on that icon.
Step3. This will
open a window “Stop a Device”. Then, highlight your Toshiba drive.
Step4. Click on
the button “OK” and when you see a safe-to remove message displayed on your
desktop, remove the flash drive from the computer.
Error Check Flash Drive
Step1. Go to start
and select “Computer”.
Step2. Locate the
icon and right click it and then select “Properties” from the context menu.
Step3. Go to the
“Tools” tab and click the Check Now button under “Error checking”.
Step4. Put a check
in the checkbox for selecting the option “Automatically Fix File System
Errors”. Click the Start button.
Faced any issue
till now, dial Toshiba Helpline Number
and get instant relief.
Format the Flash Drive
Step1. Click the
‘Start’ menu and select the option for Computer.
Step2. Visit the
icon and right-click it.
Step3. From the
context menu, choose Format option.
Step4. Put a check
in the box for Quick Format but before that enter a name in the Volume Label
text box. It may take few moments for the drive to format.