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Maybe I'm wrong. Erik will have to let us know, I guess. SanDisk does
"Mac OS, Linux, Unix and the older versions of Windows OS are not
supported. On these systems your U3 smart drive will function as a
regular USB flash drive"
But apparently, at least on some Macs, it doesn't even work as a regular
I wouldn't make such an assumption. It's apparently not the case with
these U3 drives:
"The U3 system software is pre-loaded to USB devices by the hardware
manufacturer only and requires special flash drive controller."
I'm sure I have no such list.
Anyhow, have you tried removing the U3 stuff from it to see if that
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