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Just need step by step instructions for downloading to my pc using a 8gb thumb drive to a vista pc

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Thsi type of thumb drive should automatically install, in other words your computer should recognize it and it should place an icon on your task bar. Click on the icon and open the drive. Or click on your start bar, double click on my computer and open it from there, depending on your pc, it should be either e-j, never c

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Usb storage size went down from 8gb to 4mb


First, download this Toshiba flash drive format tool
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and use to format your pen drive again with this software.

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on Nov 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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NEED DRIVER FOR PNY 8GB USB ATTACHE


If you're using the drive on a PC with Windows XP or Windows Vista, you don't need a driver - just plug it into the PC and Windows will recognize it and install USB drivers automatically.

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How to speed up Windows Vista or 7 responsiveness with your USB / Thumb Drive in...


A great feature that isn't commonly known is ReadyBoost. It was introduced in Vista and is available in Windows 7 as well. Basically it increases the amount of memory you have by using your memory stick. You can use more then one usb/thumb drive and the bigger they are the better.

Step 1: Just insert your USB drive into a usb port.

Step 2: Click Start > Computer

Step 3: Right click the USB memory stick you plugged in and choose Properties. Click the ReadyBoost tab then choose Use this device. Choose how much space you would like to allocate and that's it!


Enjoy the boost!
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on Jan 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Sandisk Cruzer 8gb Error


Make sure you are logged in as an administrator. I'd also try the thumb drive in a different computer just to make sure the problem isn't with the thumb drive itself. The drive could also be unformatted, or formatted with a filesystem for a different platform that can't be read by XP.

Oct 20, 2009 | SanDisk Cruzer Micro 8GB USB 2.0 Flash...

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Cruzer Micro 8GB flash drive - no user manual


Open Windows Explorer on your PC. You should see it there when you expand the "my computer" tree on the left side (click the + symbol next to 'my computer'). It will show up as a drive letter, depending on how many hard drives and optical drives you have in your system, it could be drive letter "E", "F" or even higher. It will probably say "Cruzer" next to the drive letter. All you have to do is drag and drop your files onto the drive letter. Simple, you don't need instructions.

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Sandisk Sansa View 8GB = would not connect


I jsut purchased an 8GB sansa view mp3 and I downloaded it like I was suppose to and it does not work in Rhapsody at all, also in the windows media player it shows that the device was installed correctly but it still doesn't work and I still can't sync my songs to it. The sansa icon won't even show up

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