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Flash Drive Drivers


I'm trying to install a PQI Intelligent Stick 2.0 (a memory stick) and it didn't come with drivers because it claims that Windows 2000 would have them supplied. Unfortunately, Windows doesn't appear to have any drivers that work. Any idea what the problem could be? It's possible that it is based in a broader problem - I got the memory stick because Word is saying that my hard drive is full (it isn't) and won't save. My tertiary plan of using a floppy disk also doesn't seem to be working because my 1.06 Mb file is supposedly too big for these 1.38 Mb disks.


This question was answered on December 5, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

If your sure your drive isn't full then your O/S is being fooled Run C-cleaner from or disk cleanup and run a free virus scan from on your drive Infected files may make copies of itself This may use all the free space in your hard disk

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Posted by Christopher of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on December 5, 2004