Windows 10: File corrupted after copying to flash drive
File corrupted after copying to new flash drive
Recently i bought 2 flash drive, toshiba and sandisk, and when i copy files to toshiba, it ended up corrupt, so i copied the same files to sandisk, its fine, so i do a scan with malwarebytes, clear, i've formatted the toshiba, issue still persist, so i connect toshiba to my other laptop(on windows 10 too), and copied the same file to toshiba, and its fine, its mean toshiba is not damaged, and my laptop file is not damaged, so whats the cause?
Last edited by Chandrang; 28 Aug 2016 at 11:21.
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