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Plse can u run thru the procedure to set up my new purchase pny 4gb flashdrive??

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    A Womans Computer Man May 11, 2010

    did you not get an instruction manual on this? also, would need the model and operating system information on your computer..

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Most flashdrives (aka pen drives or usb sticks) do not require installation. They are a storage device that you add information to. If you could post your OS (either XP, Vista, Linux or Mac OS X) we can go through the process of adding and reading information from the drive.

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my self Akhil Gupta and I am also use net thru 2900i

so may be i can solve ur problem.

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Go to ADD HARDWARE and try to force the install.

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Check for memory configuration and installation procedures for Dimension 5150 - http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim5150/en/sm/parts1.htm#wp1364711

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recommend you get two of those.

no guarantees of interchangeability from xp to vista(why am I not surprised?)

check your computers' warranty here for FREE

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