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Iclick 256MB sohlo7 can't access files from windows xp computer

I have a sohlo7 that has Word files on it. I can see them on my Windows laptop, but can't on my XP desktop. Windows Explorer sees the device, but without any files except those from Microsoft Dynamics - a PDF, a spreadsheet, and some Flash demo files. How can I make the desktop see the device's files? Do I need to install anything on the desktop? Thanks,

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I reformated The diviece and now it works just fine

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