In article <40ed8a79-ed81-45c4-bdb5-03c27186d6a5
@s50g2000hsb.googlegroups.com>, CFinderV@xxxxxxx says...
> We have a computer that has decided to corrupt USB Pen Drives, after
> work has been saved from this one computer the Pen Drive when used on
> any other computer reports =3FDisc not formatted=3F.
> As the disc contains important data, no action was taken like
> formatting the disc. How can the data be rescued from the disc=3Fs
> They all worked fine until being used on this one computer.
> Any suggestions appreciated
The computer doing the "corrupting" may have employed some encryption
technique? Put the pen drive back into this machine and see if the data
can be read.