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SanDisk cruzer TITANIUM 2.0GB

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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Re: SanDisk cruzer TITANIUM 2.0GB

Your computer's BIOS is not compatible with the USB device that you are using. This had happened to me too.

The only solution is to get your BIOS flashed. This requires special technical skills so it is recommended for advanced users only.

Another costly solution is to change your motherboard.

Posted on Oct 27, 2007

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