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USB flash drive problems
first i have to say i'm sorry if this has been asked before, i've been looking arond for a while and haven't been able to find an answer for this particular issue.
i bought a new USB flash drive, 16GB, in perfect working order. i formatted it in Windows 7 to NTFS, optimised for performance. i then tried to use it on a win xp machine, but the drive won't even start. is there no way of making it work? i'd rather not lose the data on it, but if needed i will reformat it to FAT32 under Windows 7, if that will make it work under XP also. but i would really like another solution to this problem.
Thanks for any input.
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