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Try Shutting down your computer and unplug the power from you computer for 5 min. and plug it back in and boot it up. When you do that your mainboard has to re-boot all its drivers includding USB so it sarts fresh. Then right click select "Send To" send it to the Usb hub your sandisk is port that you want it to store on. See if that works
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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