Been using an 8GB FAT32 flash drive in my USB 2.0 port for about 5 or so months and in the last few days the Windows 2000 Pro OS has been placing 5 BOOTEX.LOG entries on it - one for each auto-reboot after crashing. The log consistently reports no problem on diskcheck after each reboot.
Can I somehow persuade my system not to crash? And if so, how please?
If not, then should I seek a refund or replacement on the basis that it's causing problems too soon after purchase?
You should note I have problems maintaining a connection to the Web due to other unresolved and probably unrelated problems. If you're a glutton for punishment, they're posted in the Windows 2000 forum.
If you need to ask questions, please do so - I'll answer ASAP.
Thanks (and may the medicine taste bad)
EDIT: 'Phoned the supplier tech help who said I should format it. I wont be able to try for a couple of days as I'm using it to download two torrents of 4.1GB and 3.4GB.
I'm not sure if formatting it is such a good idea, what do you think?
In fact, (and don't laugh too loudly) but I'm not even sure how to go about it....
Edited by Rob8UrChips, 01 October 2007 - 04:46 AM.