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SanDisk 1GB Cruzer Titanium USB Flash Drive - device not recognised

Hey there, i've been using my 1GB usb drive continuously and now it is un-recognised by all computers i try it on. the device manager says that there is no driver installed for the device. when i try to update the driver, it prompts for an installation CD. there is no option (that i can see) to search the internet for the appropriate driver. this mat be the same problem stinger (ref 20/12/2006) also has. Let me know if ye can help me out. poolpy

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I've had this same problem with a number of Cruzer Titaniums. In my case, it seemed to have been due to data corruption. There seems to a section of the flash that is dedicated not to storage but to helping the computer recognize the device. Once this gets trashed, I don't know of a way that the end user can fix the problem. What a waste, because in all other aspects the device is probably still ok. Kind of like a PC with a corrupted BIOS image.

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