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Hi. my flash drive light comes on as i put it in. it stays on momentarily but after three seconds or so th ligh goes off. it doen't even show up on my computer

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  • ladyj549 May 19, 2011

    yes i tried it on three and it does the same it just stays on for a few seconds then goes off and doesnt show on the computer

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Flashing light means your flashdrive is being read. Try it on another computer, if it still can not be detected then it is broken.

Hope this helped! =)

Posted on May 19, 2011

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    damneddle May 20, 2011

    Hmmm... flashdrives always lights on for about 3 seconds once you connect it to a USB port and then will turn the light off. That is the sign that it is being read. Are you sure it is not showing on your computer? The best way to know is to:

    Open up "Computer" or "My computer" folder.
    Maximize the screen.
    Insert your flashdrive.
    Watch what will happen to My computer folder after inserting your flashdrive.



    You can try bending your flashdrive a little (worked for me) try all directions. =)

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