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svevo

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I have a 512 MB Kingston Data Traveller II which works fine on my Windows 98 SE PC. When I use it on my mac mini OS X and try to export photos from i photo, out of 710 photos, it transfers about 250 photos and then I get a "cant find volume" message. Tech. support suggested creating a folder on flash drive and transferring to folder but this did not work. Then decided to reformat on mac by using the erase option in utilities. This permitted a transfer of about 600 photos before "can't find volume" message. There is plenty of room on the flash drive. What is preventing a complete transfer? And exactly what does "can't find volume" mean? thank you
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try reformating the drive into fat32 using Gparted live running on a pc

http://gparted.sourceforge.net/
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