How Do You Troubleshoot A Cruzer Micro?
The SanDisk Cruzer Micro USB Flash Drive is used to store computer files. Cruzer Micro drives provide storage capacities from 1 to 16 GB. The drives ship with software preloaded, such as a trial version of antivirus software. Cruzer Micro drives are designed with a retractable USB port so that you do not need to use a separate cap to protect the port. If you are having problems using a Cruzer Micro drive, you can troubleshoot it by following a standard process. Confirm that your computer meets the minimum operating system requirements for a Cruzer Micro. Cruzer Micro drives require Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2 or Windows 2000 SP4. Check for a faulty USB port. If the USB port is functioning properly, the light on the Cruzer Micro will light up when the drive is plugged in. If not, try plugging the drive into a different USB port. Check for a device driver issue. Open Device Manager according to the procedure for your particular Windows operating system and locate the Cruzer Micro drive