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Posted on 2004-04-02
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Hello
I am using 8051 MCU with PHILIPS PDIUSB12D
but I can find how to create , read, Write  File on the usb flash memory
what is the step's to do
Thank you
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Question by:KanjiSamer
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Christopher McKay earned 125 total points
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Hi KanjiSamer,

What operating system are you using? Typically the system will recognize the USB drive and assign a drive letter to it. (Then you use it like any other drive, copy and paste etc.
Things that may cause difficulties with this:
The system doesn't support USB (NT 4.0)
Your system doesn't have the correct drivers for your USB hub.

Hope this helps!

:o)

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You also may experience difficulties if you have formatted the drive in a system using a file format that is incompatible with the system you are currently using.
(Example: if you formatted it as NTFS in Windows 2000 or XP and are now trying to access it under Windows 98)

:o)

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