I think it may have been a 32GB card, and the XP computer would not read it but the W-7 computer would. Unfortunately though, my husband is not likely to be that easily convinced to buy a new one while he sees this one is still working well. Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by Chim , Mar 7, But, I’ve been using this 3rd hand computer since March and it just never gets infected. My new Cruzer Glide Flash Drive was now recognized. Thank you for the information. This is a 3rd hand computer.
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It works fine if I plug it into a computer running Windows 7. A BIOS limitation maybe?
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Message 3 of 7 6, Views. Seems like either the motherboard or XP can only read a drive up to a certain size and nothing larger.
Geeks To Go is a helpful hub, where thousands of volunteer geeks quickly serve friendly cruzdr and support. None of them are being read. Does anyone know how to “combine” the two? Cruzer Glide 64gb works fine on Windows 7 but not ChimMar 8, Message 6 of 7 5, Views. C and D, usb plugged in and no other devices are showing uo.
Meanwhile, I am trying to educate my husband to go to the extra effort to use Puppy Linux for all important internet stuff. The file system is ExFAT. I don’t think he will be convinced to buy cruaer new one at the moment, although I have printed out a copy of what you wrote about the dangers of still using XP for him to read.
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I tried going through the process of letting Windows search for the necessary Driver. Back when this very computer was still my brother-in-law’s computer, I did at one time actually get at gliee of cruser HD with Macrium Reflect and saved it onto my Flash Drive.
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T – Dec 20, at Please log in to reply. I have used flash drives on the XP machines with capacities up to 16GB without problems. I do not have the Windows Install CD. I’ve forgotten my password Forum Password. All in all the problem was resolved, so everything’s cool.
No need to worry, Chris. I also like WindowsXP very much. I take exception to the fact that Microsoft are effectively saying that they themselves have made it cruxer for me to use it any crizer
On the XP computer, disk management shows the drive as healty with I didn’t intend to hijack your topic! As I’m sure you know, running Windows XP on your computer is now, basically, a very unsafe practice without taking extra ordinary precautions.
It may not be the brand of USB drive that is the problem It just had that just the ticket look to it. Posted 10 March – It found and installed, I believe 3 Drivers.