Posted 12 April 2006 - 10:28 AM
What version of windows are you using?
When you pluged the jump drive into your computer the first time, did it say "found new hardware"? Try plugging it into a different USB port. If you're using Windows XP, it should automatically recognize it, and install it. It should show up on your computer (via windows explorer) as another drive and assign it a letter.
If you're using an older verison of windows (older than xp) you might have to install drivers for it manually for you computer to recognize it.
If you're using xp, and it won't find it, sometimes it takes a little bit for windows to "update" everything that's attached to the computer. Try right clicking on a blank part of the background near your C: drive and then click "refresh". It may or may not show up. If not, then close windows explorer and open it up again. It should be there. If not, then close and open explorer one last time. If it doesn't show up now, it may be something else.
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