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I can't use sub frssh of 2gb &up but the 1gb is ok

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  • TruckNoob May 11, 2010

    If you have an old laptop, usually laptop older then 5 years, they are configured with USB 1.0. If you have a 1.0 version, that could be the problem. Second thing I can think of is your OS. Which Operating System are you using? Third thing I can think of is, when was the last time you flashed your Bios?

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