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Goto my computer and right click, left click on properties and find device manager. Scroll down until you find universal serial bus controllers click on the + sign, right click on 'Enhanced Host Controller', right click and choose update driver, use the internet option to download updated driver, this should hopefully resolve your USB problem. If it does not update and the usb drivers and they seem fine, then the problem could be with the flash drive, try the drive in another computer to check that it is working.
Just plug the flash drive in and let your computer recognize it and offer to open the flash drive file up to view. Once it is loaded up then you can simply drag and drop into it. If this is the first time using the flash drive it may need to load some software. When a flash drive is being used a small icon should appear on the lower right.
I had the same problem with my 1GB SONY MicroVault Clip flash drive. Hardware and the drive shows up on Vista, but it refuses to open or format it.
1) IT MANAGED TO REFORMAT NICELY ON WINDOWS XP!!!! So try this, or 2) When the Micro Vault does not operate well, please download the format
software from a "download" button and re-format the Micro Vault. http://www.sony.net/Products/Media/Microvault/products/usm-l/dl.html
Is in your old computer an USB slot to plug your flash drive? Have you on this the driver for your drive ? This is the firts step to transfear your document to your new computer. If no try an other method as connect the computers in an internal LAN connection. It depend on whith is your operating system.Tell me what is your operating system on each computer.
It is simple to use, simply plug it into a working USB port on your computer and Windows or Mac will detect it as an external drive device. You will find the new drive under My Computer. The bottom right may display a "found new hardware" or something similar. Once you find your drive, open it and choose what you want to put on it. Just drag everything you need onto the new drive. There is a possibility that you have to format it first. Do do that, just right click on the drive device and choose Format. Use FAT or FAT 32. To remove the USB drive, find Safely Remove Hardware close to the time, right click it and select remove. This is more important on a MAC because data could easily get erased if removed without giving instruction to remove it.