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KingStone DataTraveler 101 (DT101)


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#1 Adas

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Posted 01 November 2009 - 09:42 AM

Hello everyone

I have recently acquired a KingStone DataTraveler 101 (DT101) Removable Media drive, and I have a problem with it. It's not showing up at all in Disk Management, I can only see it in Windows Explorer...and when I try to access it, it says the following:

G:\ is not accessible. Incorrect Function.

The only options I have avaible at this error are "OK". Sometimes it also says to insert a disk into the empty drive... I made a snapshot of one of these errors also:

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The stick was inserted on the following machine:

Operating System: Windows XP - Professional Service Pack 2

Antivirus Software: Avira AntiVir Personal - Free Antivirus
Firewall: Windows FireWall ocasionally
Computer: IBM NetVista 8307
CPU: Pentium 4 / IntelŪ PentiumŪ 4 CPU 2.00GHz
Motherboard: Intel Brookdale-G i845G
Ram: 512 DDR
Storage: Seagate - U Series 9 ce 80012 - 80 GB - Ultra-ATA/100 - ST380012ACE
Video Card: Ati / RADEON 9200 SERIES / 128 MB
Soundcard: SoundMAX Digital Audio
Power Supply: 185W, PFC - Power supply, 185W, PFC (China)
Case: Micro ATX / Microtower (4x5) Ibm NetVista 8307


Edited by Adas, 01 November 2009 - 10:04 AM.


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