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Re: is there a driver to allow sony micro vault 2.0gb on...
Specs say it is compatible with Windows 98 SE. Also says no drivers are needed for it. Make sure your plug 'n play is enabled on your computer. Once it is enabled just plug the drive in & Win 98SE should install it. If it does not work then try a different usb port as maybe a port is bad. Hope this helps.
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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.
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
I think for some reason there is a limit to the number of files (nb: number of files not amount of space used) that the root directory can handle. Try making folders and moving files into these to cut down on the number of root directory entries.
Right click on the drive in your computer, go to properties. Unchecked hidden files then click ok. or open the drive for USB click on view on the toolbar, click options or folder options, check show hidden files. then delete the temp files.
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