When I enter the cruzer in my PC it does a restart. Then when it comes to the point of loading windows XP just before it comes to the dektop it does a restart once again, and the whole story goes again and again.
I believe it all started when the message << a new USB devise was connected in your PC>> and i cliced on it. After that it started the restarts. In another PC where iI didn't do clic on that message it worked perfectly.
I tried to reverse this through <> but i found nothing.
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You didn't' say which operating system you are using. Any current version of Windows (XP, Vista, 7) should be able to load a driver and not need a download for it. In any event, you can find the driver you need on the SanDisk website here: http://www.sandisk.com/sandisk-support/driver-download-wizard
Check this on another PC to confirm if the Xp requires a sofftware. If no disk had come along check on the sandisk software suport website for details.
If so download and load the driver for the sandisk USB.
This Cruzer driver package for the SanDisk Cruzer Micro is needed only for Windows 98. Windows Me, 2000 and XP already have the driver (if you are having trouble using the drive on these systems, then it is likely to be a conflict or problem in Windows - see the Windows Device Manager and Windows Help file for details).
After you download the Cruzer driver file, unzip the contents and click setup.exe to begin. Importantly, you should restart Windows 98 so the new Cruzer drivers can properly load into your system. Next, plug in the Cruzer drive and Windows will finish the installation. Restart your computer if needed.
It sounds like it is trying to use the E: drive and it is already in use? If so while you have the flash drive installed right click on my computer /click on manage / on the left side click on disk management / on the right side you should see the C: drive with other if you see the flash drive in this list with no drive letter right click on it / click on chang drive letter and give it a G: or other letter not in use. you will get a warning click ok and exit out your drive should appear. (note this is for windows xp)
Not unless you are using Windows98, your PC should automatically recognize the SanDisk Cruzer Titanium as a "Removable Storage/Device". Driver is not required for Windows ME, W2k or XP.
If for some reason the SanDisk Cruzer Titanium (non-U3 devices) is not recognizable, then perhaps it is not a problem with the PC but with the SanDisk. Pls try all other USB ports of your PC (front and back). The SanDisk website provides utilities/software for this kind of eventuality. They are Sansa Firmware Updater and Sansa Connect Recovery Tool. Both are available at http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/DriverDownloads.aspx.
Pls be forwarned that some utilities can and will reset your SanDisk to default and any or all data can and may be deleted.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things are or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.