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KDC X890 Compatible Flash Drives

Kenwood used to have a list of compatible flash drives. I can't find it any more. Can someone let me know some of the compatible flash drives that supports 1 GB or more.

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I use a kingston 4 gb on my kenwood and my friend uses a pny technologies 8gb on his and both work fine.

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Vista has not been out long enough for any company to state that there product is compatible. I would check there website to see if they have updated drivers that will make the sandisk usb drive compatible. This may fix the problem!

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