My Sandisk usb flash drive is reporting no media in Disk Management under my computer Windows 10, is there anything I could do to make it work in my pc, the memory stick was not in use for a about 2 months ago and then suddenly it turned out no media in disk management.
32GB Kingston thumb drive said no media found in computer disk management after inserted it in a usb port and no files can be found since the whole flash drive is almost not accessible now. There must be something wrong with my thumb stick but the problem is I got no idea of fixing the damaged stick. Is it dying or could it still be repaired? What am I supposed to do with it? This troublesome stick stored some photos, I am wondering whether these images could still be retrieved from the usb stick no media found error.
Flash Drive reported No Media in Disk Management
Normally a heathy flash drive would look like the following status in computer disk management when it is working good.
Healthy USB flash drive in disk management
When there is nothing but just blank and no media error displayed in disk management, your flash drive is corrupted. Then here comes the concern - could it be repaired and restored to the old working one as you had before?
The result varies due to different level of damage on your flash drive.
Can Be Repaired
Flash Drive Not Showing in Disk Management Happened to the Following Brands
It happened to the usb flash drive of almost all flash drive capacities from 1GB or under to 518GB or up capacities and they all turned out to be 'no media'...
There are at least five methods for you to try repairing the no media error.
Here we would recommend one efficient one that is provided in Windows 10/8/7 or almost any edition of Windows operating systems, and it is called 'Error-Checking' that could be accessed when you connect your flash drive to Windows computer.
'This PC' -> Right click usb drive -> Property -> Tools -> Error Checking
Repair no media usb by error checking in Windows 10
What if the above method did not work for you? Here is another guide that you may follow to repair the damaged flash drive