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  • Misterixas May 11, 2010

    What is your PC's operating system? Do you have the same problem when you connect this usb pen drive to another computer (with Windows XP or Vista)? Do you have already copied any files to it? Too many humidity or static charge could damage your pen drive

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I had problem of not detecting the Kingston 2GB pendrive in my Vista Ultimate. I just plugged the device and did a restart, and went to device manger located the yellow colored part right clicked and opted for update the driver and selected the windows to do automatically after several minutes the device became ready to use :-)

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