Sandisk cruzer profile usb flash driver with finger print scanner
I have sandisk cruzer profile usb flash driver with finger print scanner(thumb driver) which is not dectecting by my p.c. . i have tried another two/three p.c. but result is same. suggest for detection.
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If you using any Windows OS version older than 2000, you will have to install the drivers before you can use the flash drive. Honestly, you can hardly get a flash drive with drivers cd now, so you consider an upgrade ok. It is possible also that the USB resource controller has been disabled from either the CMOS Setup environment or Device Manager. Some times too, when the USB connectors have been used for other peripherals like printers, scanners, etc, unplugging them for a flash drive may issue an error message and the drive will not work. Finally, try same on another pc know to be working with flash drive to know whether the drive itself has gone bad. Good luck
Sandisk how has a generic FlashCP (locking mechanism for files on their cards) ...it is SDCZ-xx where "xx" is any version.
Otherwise you souldn't need a special driver. Your operating system should recognize the thumb drive when it is inserted into the USB port and load the driver automatically. If it doesn't then there may be some problem with the USB port or the USB port driver.
Is the account that your tying to access the drive with an Administrator account? If not, Log in as Administrator and try to access the new drive. If you ARE using Administrator privileges on the vista machine, the problem lies in the U3 smart driver. Try downloading and installing the drivers for the XP SP2 os on scan disks website, If vista rejects the install package off of the scan disk website, let me know and i'll extract the drivers and build an install for them for you.
Vista has not been out long enough for any company to state that there product is compatible. I would check there website to see if they have updated drivers that will make the sandisk usb drive compatible. This may fix the problem!