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Using my memory stick on vista

HI, only recently I came across onto vista from XP. I do a lot with word and and have installed a 2001 version for it to be compatible with my workplace. I've tried today using word on vista and it appears fine although when using a memory stick it will allow me to make word documents, although won't let me make any changes and I lose all the data. Can you please assist

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Make sure that your memory stick is not write protected, if it is not make sure that it is not full , and if it is not try to format the flash with the manufacturer format tool

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