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My computer will not recognize this flash drive. I have Windows XP on my Desktop and Windows Vista on my laptop.

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When connecting to the desktop be sure to plug it into the back. The back usb ports are high speed and should recognize the flash drive. If you go into the my computer is the flash drive shown there?. If it is make sure you format the drive to be compatible with xp. I am noticing a lot of complaints about this type of flash drive, there could be a driver issue. Try to visit the manufacturer website and get the most up-to-date driver.

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