Windows 2000 and Xp both mount it as a removable drive. The only thing is
the fact that the drive letter gets assigned as a "first come first serve"
method where the letter changes.
"James Watchman" wrote in message
>> James Watchman wrote:
>> > I recently purchased a Lexar JumpDrive Secure. I am not using the
>> > encryption software that came with the drive, I would like to use it
>> > as a regular flash drive.
>> > Works fine, the only problem is WinXP mounts it as a Local Disk. I
>> > would like it to mount as a removable disk. Does anyone know how to
>> > re-partition and format this flash drive so it will show up as
>> > removable media?
>> Are you sure XP mounts it as a local disk. Or, does your system mount it
>> as a local disk? Check on someone elses system before you come to a
>> hasty conclusion.
>> Incorrect mounts sometimes happen with XP.
>> courtney sends....
> Three Xp-pro systems and two Win2000 systems all mount it as a local disk. >> Stay informed about: USB Lexar Flash Drive