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I've had this problem with other Sandisk products. Sometimes, using the setup disk supplied with the unit is the only way to get a computer to recognize the unit. Often, once the computer recognizes the Sandisk unit, you can format it and use it reliably. If you don't have a setup disk, the Sandisk site, or others that have the appropriate drivers may help, but I've had less luck going that route. As a last resort, I've gotten a warranty replacement of the Sandisk unit, which usually works.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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