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I loaded my files from Windows XP onto the SanDisk, the drivers appear to be loaded properly but I can't find the files or get access to the flash drive...what am i doing wrong? how can i access the info on the flash drive?

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Try your sandisk to other computer and if appearing same problems may it comes to conclusion that it was damage. maybe some circuit of your sand disk is damage or maybe your files cannot be access anymore but and most probably u can use your san disk if you goes to formatting.

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