try another brand?
With an old socket 1366 system I would guess maybe it doesn't know what to do with a high density flash chip. Could try updating BIOS, drivers but typically support is built into OS so is it up to date as well?
I assumed you tried more than one USB2 port?
Hi, thanks for taking your time to reply to my post.
Yes, I updated everything I could. BIOs, OS. I even have every usb driver reinstalled.
My mobo is Asus :Rampage II extreme.
Weird thing is...the PC I use in my office is running pentium 3 and the drive still works fine...
haha yes..I tried all 12 usb slots I have ...
When you say you are unplugging it, are you actually stopping and ejecting the drive, or just pulling it out of the slot?
Do you happen to live in the USA? I ask this because according to SanDisk, that drive is not yet available here in stores
"The Cruzer Orbit USB Flash Drive is currently available for in-store purchase in select Asia Pacific and Europen countries only; United States customers may purchase the Cruzer Orbit USB Flash Drive via the SanDisk online store."
I tried both. Stopping or yanking both does the exact same thing to me.
I live in Hong Kong and I got the flash drive off a legit SanDisk reseller.