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The simplest form of failure on a USB memory key is caused by physical damage to the device, and this can be caused by accidentally impacting the device while it is protruding from a USB port on your computer, or possibly by straining the connector if left in your pocket, for instance.
These types of failures can usually be resolved by temporarily re-establishing the connections between the USB connector and the printed circuit board. If the silver-coloured USB connector on your memory key feels loose, then chances are that this is the underlying issue. Our success rate in such cases is virtually 100%.