Sounds like a failed controller. It likely is just saying there is a USB device plugged in but cant recognize or initialize it to use it. If that is the case it will require us to virtually rebuild the controller in a special machine and recover the data for you.my flash drive says write protected do you have a solution for it its a gorilla drive 32 gb
In order to do this you will need to remove the internals from the USB drive without damaging the PCB board and NAND. The controller is found stamped on the controller chip. There are literally hundreds of different types of these. NAND recovery devices support most but not all.View examples of botched self attempts at our national DIY Hall of Shame by clicking .
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If your still looking for help, of all the other online write ups, I found this the most helpful (be sure to first select what you were doing that got you into the NTLDR situation): and If you got back into Windows, stop whatever you are doing backup your most important information from this computer.