When working with and adding files to your flash drive, you may experience error 0x80070052 or 080070052 indicating that your USB flash drive is full or that additional files cannot be created or saved. You may get this error even if you have too much storage left on your flash drive. The cause of this error is the way your flash drive is formatted. The regular FAT ( File Allocation Table ) or FAT16 format types can only manage a certain number of folders and files stored on the flash drive, but this can be fixed by formatting the pen drive to either FAT32 or NTFS (New Technology File System) Format . Instructions
Insert your flash drive into an available USB port on your computer.
Click the “Start” button on the Windows logo button for Windows XP or Windows 7 and Vista. Click “Run” in XP. In the “Run” box in XP and in the “Browse files” box in Vista and 7, type “devmgmt.msc” and press “Enter” to open Device Manager. Double-click “Disk Drives” in the list to expand it. Right-click on the name of your USB flash drive and click “Properties”. Select the “Policies” tab. Click “Optimize for performance”. Click “OK”. Close the Device Manager window.
Click the “Start” button or the Windows logo button. Click on “Computer” or “My Computer”.
Double-click your USB flash drive letter to open it.
Click on all the files you want to save to highlight and select them. Hold the “Ctrl” button while clicking to select multiple files. Right-click on the selected files and click “Copy”. Click on the “Minimize” button in the upper right corner of “My Computer” or “Computer”.
Right-click anywhere on the desktop background and click “Folder” in the “New” menu. Type a name for the folder in which you are going to save the files from your flash drive, press “Enter”. Double-click on the folder to open it. Right-click anywhere in the folder and click “Paste” to paste the files from your flash drive into the folder. Close the folder window.
Click on the “My Computer” or “Computer” icon in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen to restore it and make it an active window. Click on “My Computer” or “Computer” in the left column.
Right-click the USB flash drive under the “Devices with Removable Storage” section. Click “Format”. From the “File System” drop-down menu, click “FAT32” or “NTFS”. Click “Start” to run and complete the formatting process automatically.
Locate the saved folder on your desktop that contains the files you saved from your flash drive. Click on the folder and drag it over the top of your flash drive icon in the “My Computer” or “Computer” window.
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