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I've used my flashdrive for about a year now. Today I wanted to save a word document from my hard drive to my flashdrive so I could take it to work and I keep getting this message "the directory or file could not be created". I can still open documents from flashdrive but can longer save anything. Do you have any advice?

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Hello,
You might have run out of storage space. Backup some files to your computer.
Hope it helps.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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