I only can add that you could contact the device manufacturer's support, if
you can't get it to work. You'd think the manufacturer knows how to make
their hardware work with Vista. Moreover, you could google around to see
what others are doing. It's sometimes hard to tell about these issues.
Other than those comments, you're guess is as good as mine. Anyone else?
"Peter Janssen" wrote:
> I tried your suggestion but no errors. The computer thinks everything is
> fine. I'm formatting one of my sticks to NTFS if possible. See if that helps.
> Any other suggestion to find an error?
> "freddy" wrote:
> > Peter,
> > After connecting the stick to your computer, and after Windows recognizes
> > it, but before trying to access it, go to Device Manager. In Device Manager,
> > check the entry for the device. There may be more than one line item for
> > that stick.
> > In addition to the main page in Device Manager, also unfold Universal Serial
> > Bus Controllers and look for your stick there, too. Check for any errors,
> > and also check the other messages under the Properties for the various
> > entries for the stick.
> > What you want to see is This device is working properly, or words to that
> > effect. I don't know what the problem might be. You are looking for clues
> > to what the problem could be.
> > --
> > freddy
> > "Peter Janssen" wrote: