Question about SanDisk Cruzer Micro 4GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
I'm getting an error message that states that there is not enough room to add files to my flash drive when there is clearly ample room available. 1.86 GB capacity and 1.82 GB available. Only 44 MB are being used. Yet it keep insisting there is not enough room available. What gives?
One possibility: you have too many files in the directory. USB flash drives are usually formatted in FAT32 and thus stuck with the limits of the standard. Try moving some of your files into folders.
Second check for a encrypted partition locking part of the disc. If ReadyBoost capable a section of the memory set aside to do ReadyBoost for Windows Vista or Win7 (you'll need to release the ReadyBoost on the computer that dedicated the space).
I hope this helps.
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