Question about SanDisk Cruzer Micro 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Since it works with other systems there is a system incompatibility issue. Are you using the same OS in this machine as in the others where it works? Could it be that?
Using XP? It has some issues with some usb devices.
Posted on Sep 24, 2017
Well I had this problem twice
1: put flashdrive in washing machine
2:go to installed hardwAre panel (something like that) and uninstall the hardware then reinstall ( by reattaching drive)
Honestly I don't recommend option 1 ... But that works too
Posted on Mar 03, 2011
Copy all the files from it to your 'C:' drive, and burn the files to one DVD-recordable disk.
Then, responsibly recycle the SanDisk, and spend $10 to buy a new flash-drive.
Copy the files from the 'C:' drive, or the DVD disk onto the new flash-drive.
Keep multiple copies of your files, just in case this "new" flash-drive also "fails".
Posted on May 25, 2011
SOURCE: My sandisk cruzer 4 GB
Your flashdrive usually shows 2 drives when inserted to your computer, one is the U3 drive and the other one is the removable disk drives. U3 drive is your separate partition for the U3 system and in order for you to store, copy, format your flashdrive, you should be selecting the removable disk drive, not the U3 drive. U3 is a read only memory drive that is responsible for your U3 to work (just like portable applications). Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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