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How does SanDisk 2GB allow save to?

This is not ordinary easy disk like my half gig. If sandisk needs formatted to accept data saving, don't see it in little pamphlet. I cannot use the sandisk to save and it says read only, cannot save. any help here? thank you, Susan

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    I bought the SanDisk to back up everything on my computer, but I have no idea how to use it. There were no directions with the SanDisk.

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Some USB sticks have a little switch on the side of it to "lock" the data, this makes all data read only make sure yours doesn't have one or that it is in the unlocked position.

If you want to reformat the stick, plug it into the computer, go to my computer, then right click on the drive letter and go to "Format". Pick "FAT32" as the type of file system and format.

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