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I'm saving files all the time to my SanDisk drive, yet I recently removed it and put it on another computer and found that it is not really saving my files at all. What's up with that?

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You should always remember to use the "safely remove hardware" tool in the bottom right hand corner to prevent these sort of things.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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If you are familiar with floppy disks (were placed in the "A" drive) from years ago, the memory stick works in the same way. Instead of saving to the "A" drive, you would save to a drive letter.

If you have a computer that is less than 8 years old, you probably have a USB port. The USB port is rectangular in shape.

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This can happen when the card is removed when Windows is still accessing it. Even when you think you are not doing something, Windows could be. I am 99% certain there is nothing malicious on your system and the cause was early ejection.

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