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Purchased a 4 gb pny pen today but wont allow me to transfer files to pen.message reads cannot find the specified file. make sure you specify the correct path and file name.any ideas

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  • burnholme Oct 30, 2008

    As you said,showing 0 bytes. Pen works on another computer, so its my PC,any idea how to fix this

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Make sure that pen drive is recognize on your PC. try to check the pen drive's capacity. if you can see 0 bytes. It means that your pen drive is not recognized by the PC

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