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I bought a 62gb sony vaio memory stick but i was having issues from the begining it wouldnt accept videos i mean it would take them but it wouldnt accept their properties so if u tried to view the video it just wouldnt work so i tried to format it now it shows its pluged in to the usb port and shows up in device manager but the letter doesnt show up at all anywhere what can i do please help!!!!!!!!!

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  • djscorpio Dec 10, 2009

    yes it is windows xp just tried that nothing i had recently even tried going into the device manager and i seen that my other memory card has fat32 this one has nothing listed next to it? i heard of partitioning but when i right click on this drive which is g that option is there but not available to me.

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What OS are you using....?
if WinXP then Open My Computer
use the View/Refresh option in the menu on the top...
you should now be able to view the USB stick as a new "Removable drive"

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