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Cant transfer files

My desktop & laptop computers recognise the USB drive but I can't transfer files to it. I have tried both the drag & drop and the copy and paste but keep getting a message saying can't copy, drive full or corrputed. This is a new USB which contains U3 software.
Can anyone advise please.

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Tell us that which operating system that you are using and which USB drive you have...is that from sandisk or what...?

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