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My computer does not recognize my new Ativa 16GB flash drive. What goes? My PNY 4GB is easily recognized in the same slot.

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What operating system are you running ??
If it,s windows 98 you,ll have problems, as they don,t like mass staorage devices, even with the drivers installed.
the other alternative, is to try on another PC And format it to FAT/FAT32 Or NTFS ( if your using XP )
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