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Cannot get computer to recognize new 8g attache flash drive. Do I need a driver and where to get it? Thanks. Dave

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If u are using the Windows XP u no need to install the driver

Try to pulg in to a another computer with Windows XP

if it is not work go to the dealer and change the diver

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