SanDisk Professor
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Registered: ‎11-27-2013

Re: Sandisk Cruzer not recognized by Windows 7

Note: Ahh, well (this, I had not seen before...), then, I rewrite the message with replacement of links, thanks.


Smiley Happy   Hi Bently,


Dear member of SanDisk Community, welcome.


[  Can there be too many USB drivers installed? If so, is there any way to "clean out" these USB drivers so that a "new install" can be completed?

I realize these don't actually install drivers, but they install something.  ]


Friend, please:


1-  See if it helps this tool, for general cleaning (portable app, free): CCleaner,

2-  Maybe what happens, is that there a corrupt line in the registry/USB, that detects an UFD as "problematic".
      Then, try with the tool (portable app, free): USB Deview,


3-  Also, the intensive use of USB ports, generates "USB junk" in the registry.
      Then, to clean easier the "USB junk", you can use the tool (wXP, Vista, w7), (portable app, free):

      USB Scrub Cleans,


Luck, and then you tell us, what happened, please.


Regards, Alfred.                                                            (Google translated)