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1GB flash driver

I'm confused as to how this driver works. I will put it in and do I jsut leave it in until the led light goes off.

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The led light will stay on, showing that it is working and connectd... To make sure what you have save to it. Open it up in my computer and see what is on there.
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Over to the Left side you see the Battery symbol. There is no switch in this circuit.

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