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one problem with two sandisk drives
sorry for my bad english english is not my native language...
here's the problem: i have 2 usb flash disks (sandisk cruzer micro 4gb and sandisk cruzer blade 4gb) both of them, after asus motherboard drivers update (with driver genius 10) not working in windows 7 x64 ultimate. i didn't made windows restore point before update process. only all drivers backup. when i noticed those two usb flash drives causes problems i tried roll back all drivers with same program. nothing happened, problem remains. then i tried go to control panel>hardware>devices click on sandisk icon and uninstall that driver. but this is helpfull only once (after fresh usb install i can see it in my computer), when i trying to connect usb flash again, i cannot locate it in my computer. of course those two cursed usb disks perfectly working in my laptop with windows xp. and i tried to kill partition with killdisk, format again. my other usb flash drives apacer 2gb and adata 8gb working well in windows 7.
so how i can fix this crazy situation?
sorry for long post
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|03 Feb 2011||#2|
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Hello Lauris Welcome to the Seven Forums!
For flash drives including the San Disk brand you don't need any device drivers. You simply plug them into a usb port and should see a prompt by one of your security programs automatically to run a scan if the drive is good.
If you ended buying a pair of bad drives or have a problem with the usb port being used the drives won't show up. Since they work on a laptop I would be looking at the usb port as the problem.
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