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Hi - I've inherited a theatre lighting desk that had a floppy drive changed to usb. The desk came with a usb pen that it recognises and can read/write from and to and which can also be read and written on my laptop (Win7 64). I would like to have more than 1 usb pen as back up but I've tried a number of different pen drives with no success. The desk won't recognise any of them. I've tried formatting and partitioning but no luck.
My PC skills aren't the best so I'm hoping that some one out there will be able to help if not then am I best going old school and buying a usb floppy drive and some floppy disks?