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Can't find the cruzer when i plug it in

I love this little gadget. When I would plug it in I could access it by going into " My Computer " where it would appear as F drive. Now recently when I plug it in it doesn't appear. I uninstalled it and plugged it in. Windows found the software as sandisk mini cruzer and then as a disk drive. When I checked in my folder it wasn't there. I found it in the device manager in disk drive along with my hard drive but also showed up in the usb hub. Hope you can help. Stinger

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    Can't find the cruzer when i plug it in problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered.

  • wem033 Jul 30, 2008

    one of the USB devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned and windows does not recognise it

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Check the solution for Ajax310. This might help.

Posted on May 01, 2007

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I am just a member like you are, but I like to answer tech questions. I myself don't know very much about how this site works.

If you are using Vista, Win 2000, or Windows XP, your Cruzer should work. If your computer is using Win 98, there may be some issues to make it work.

On the Cruzer site they are supposed to have drivers for all their products.


Your driver, if required, should be on the page listed in the link below:

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If you cannot find what you want on the link above, try the link below. You can contact them directly.

Sandisk Contact Page:
https://www.customernation.com/pls/ps/ps.ps_main?p_host=304&p_supplier=5096&p_parm=PSHPP



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You might want to try one of two options:

Option A:
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2. My Computer > select Removable Disk (if this doesn't work chose option B)

I'm pretty sure that the Cruzer Micro has a software that needs to be installed on the computer to be able to access files.

Option B:
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2. My Computer > Open U3 System (this is the application installer for the flash drive.
3. after installing there should be a little icon on the bottom right of the screen thats orange and white click on it and it will pull up an interactive menu for your flash drive.

that should solve your problem.
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