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Error with 2GB SanDisk Cruzer

When I plug in my flash drive the light stays off and the computer does not recognize it. The light will flash quickly while I'm putting it in. Also, sometimes the computer recognizes it but gives me a message that it has malfunctioned.

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There's a chance that that particular USB slot on your computer may not be working.

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