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Lexar 4 GB Jump Drive

Hi: Was able to save files from my desktop, but can not get Dell laptop to recognize or find drive. Have located "portable drives" clicked on it, but still no recognition. How do I get the laptop to open and recognize this portable drive? The device is brand new and both computers run on Windows XP. Thank you

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Re: Lexar 4 GB Jump Drive

Check for the USB drivers Of the Laptop.

Could be problem with the Laptop USB Controller Driver.

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