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Living Room / Re: Speaking of U3 Flash drives ...
« on: February 26, 2008, 08:44 PM »
Thank you all I've got enought information to be good and dangerous now!
I'll let y'all know how the remapping effort goes too.

Thanks again!

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Living Room / Re: Speaking of U3 Flash drives ...
« on: February 26, 2008, 08:31 PM »
Or plug something else in first, like a cheap USB drive, to use up E:, and then your U3 will take the next two available, K: and L:, which are suitably adjacent.
WOW do I feel like a ___ Thanks I'll try your suggestion first.

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Living Room / Re: Speaking of U3 Flash drives ...
« on: February 26, 2008, 08:29 PM »
i know this sounds stupid, but change the floppy drive mount letter?
I'll need to do some research to accomplish this, but thanks

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Living Room / Speaking of U3 Flash drives ...
« on: February 26, 2008, 03:03 PM »
Speaking of Flash drives .. has anyone worked with teh U3 models?
I picked one up that and it wants to be 2 drives, one read only and the other read/write.  the default position is to be drives E & F on a XP machine.  My problem is that my devices are C: (HD),  D: (CD/DVD) E: (empty) F: (Floppy), G:,H: different format Flash connectors (direct for camera and built into teh Floppy drive unit), then I: & J: (HD # 2, & 3). 

So the device see the first open drive .. E:, but the F: is taken, does anyone know how to convince this silly thing (Windows XP) to use K: & L:, rather than E: & F: ???

ADV-thanks-ANCE

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