just taken receipt of a PC with Vista Home Edition installed. All is well until I try to put in my Datawrite 1MB USB Flash Drive. Absolutely nothing shows in My Computer. I've tried all 7 USB ports but nothing shows. The ports are working as I've tried them with other devices.
The USB Flash Drive worked perfectly in XP. As the USB Flash Drive is Plug And Play no drivers were supplied with it. Visiting the Datawrite website proved unsuccessful as they dont supply drivers.
Plug it into the troublesome computer, wait 20 seconds or so, then right click on my computer , then click manage, then click disk management , right mouse click on it if its there, choose "change drive letter and paths" then select a letter from "N" onwards then click change, then ok.
If the autorun doesnt appear, unplug and replug the device.
I have checked the BIOS and nothin shows relatin to USB flashdrives.
When the flash drive is plugged in it does show in Device manager. Vista asks me to install drivers, but as previously mentioned the Datawrite Flash Drive doesnt come with drivers as it's 'Plug & Play'.