On Jun 11, 2011, at 5:12 PM, Scott wrote: > I'm really enjoying my ZoomFloppy card. Though I've run into an issue. With > the ZoomFloppy connected when I connect my U3 Flash Drive I get the > following error. > > 'LaunchU3 > > Windows has allocated a drive letter to the U3dirve that is already taken by > another drive on your machine or there are no more drive letters available > on this machine. Try disconnecting any network drives that you have > connected to your computer and restart U3 by double-clicking LaunchU3.exe or > the U3 System CD-ROM icon. > > If you do not have administrative privileges that allow you to disconnect > network drives, contact the system administrator > > For more troubleshooting timps click the Troubleshoot button.' > > I am running Win 7 Pro 32bit. Anyone have any Ideals what is causing this? I > can connect the U3 1st and then the ZoomFloppy and I'm rocking. But when I > reboot or remove the U3 Drive I'm back to this issue. There is a ZoomFloppy mailing list at google groups for these kinds of questions. You may get a more prompt reply there in the future. The ZF doesn't use a drive letter. It's not a mass storage device. It sounds like you have some kind of third-party software installed for your flash drive ("LaunchU3"). It is possible this driver doesn't understand the ZF (a USB device with two bulk pipes but it is vendor-specific, NOT mass storage) but it is still trying to claim it. I'd try uninstalling the LaunchU3 program and see if that helps. You don't need a special driver for USB flash drives. They've been supported natively in Windows since Win2k. -Nate Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-06-12 03:00:13
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