Question about PNY Technologies GeForce 6200 128MB AGP Graphic Card
Only a few possibles--try a different port on your system, try another computer. If not recognized either way, your jump drive hit the end of it's life. All flash drives have an expected lifetime (reads/writes) and the chips can just wear out.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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