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Vaio 8gb flash drive

Hi... I got a vaio 8gb usb flash from a friend. My computer seen to recognise it but every time I try to open it I get the mesage "Please insert disk" It had no problems when used by my friend!
What should i do to solve this?

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Vaio USBs dont exist. you have the fake one which is useless.
SONY USBs flash drives come with the name of MicroVault (not Vaio).

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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Reformat it..... that should solve any issues

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