8GB Flash Drive Repaired
A very close friend, brought to me a Flash 8 Giga Bytes, crying, which had lost all data in it. I tested the flash drive by connecting it to the Laptop and it gave no sign of life, that is, not detected and nothing lit.
I opened it to check at the internal level and encountered that the end of the USB (Universal Serial Bus) pins were broken.
I had to think of a solution in order to help my friend. Then, an idea came that was to check the pin out from Flash with a broken Mouse cable, doing comparison:
To finalize and give a good finish, I used glue stick to seal and the Flash has been operational since June 2015. Take a look at the photo below:
This article was prepared for you by Jaime Obed from Mozambique. He has 33 years of repair experience and have worked in the telecommunication, audio visual, PCs, Printers and UPS repair field. He also provide Vsat installation, server and networking planning and installation on RG58 (Coaxial Cable), RS232 and RJ45.
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