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Looks like you have a 3 in 1, not a 2 in 1. If you scroll to the bottom of this page, there's an iHome customer support toll-free number you can call to ask them how to replace the batteries. Or, you can e-mail your question directly to iHome, but calling would probably be faster.
I wasn't aware that there were any pendrives of this size on the market. What some devious people do is somehow loop a smaller memory stick so when you are copying data to it, it will just keep overwriting itself until the file has finished.
This may be a processor issue, as mine does this too.
As for others, most issues surrounding the stylus are battery related.
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I do not think that you have to replace anything yet. But do uninstall the pad and after a reboot, reinstall it. This way you would obviate the damage caused by any virus or SW malfunction. Such things do happen sometimes.
There are two most common causes of Pen Drive not working
1) The usb port You are connecting it has not enough power output to operate the pendrive (many older computers and laptops have this issue) solution buy an powered USB HUB one with a power adapter You put in a wall socket and then connect Your Pen Drive thruu this hub
2) Operating system lacks drivers for Your particular Pen (windows up to Millenium lack proper usb support and newer I mean XP Vista? (Not sure bout this last one) need administrative privileges to recognise some Pen Drive for the first time or even a driver diskette (some very rare cases).
I'm not familiar with your laptop but judging from all the pdas I've had with touch screens the pen itself is only a pen, you could basicly use a wooden stick to poke at the screen and it shouldn't make a difference to the computer.
this laptop has a touchscreen If I'm not mistaken and you should be able to use it even with your fingers.
You might have a faulty touchscreen or then you need to install a driver for the screen?
I have a CX2620, got it in May 2006. Got my first pen replaced not long after that, actually within a month or two (wouldn't calibrate). Now the second one doesn't work at all, I can't tell if it's the pen or the tablet itself, except that the mouse will draw in the tablet spaces. I kept the old one as a spare, but neither click, draw, nada.
ic, maybe the usb port of your friend's pc is defective which may cause your pen drive to malfunction, probably a shorted usb port. or just maybe your pendrive was dropped by your friend which damage the drive, it happened to me too before.