There was an old pendrive in my drawer, my first pendrive. It is around 6 or 7 years old and it has fallen a lot of times. I left it because it wasn't sure to keep my files. It usually failed and in the end, it finished in my drawer. Sometimes I tried to connect it but didn't work. I didn't like having a pendrive and can't use it, and on top of everything all my pendrives are full with linux live SOs. I needed it!
Today, I had a free Saturday afternoon and I tried to fix it. At first glance all was ok, there are not many things that you can fix in a pendrive. One of these was a suspicious capacitor. It had a wrong pin which doesn't connect with the printed circuit.
I decided to separate the other pin too to solder both better.
Finally I got it!!!
I won 2 things, a pendrive and a bit more of experience.