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I just bought a 8Go Flash Voyager stick in France.






I first ran it on Ubuntu 8.10 64 bit. The system could see it.

I then installed Ubuntu 8.10 32 bit on it from a Live CD.

When I boot from the stick, it stalls at this point


"Starting Bluetooth


usb 8-2: device descriptor read/64, error -110"




"usb 8-2: device not accepting address 2 error -110"


I get similar error messages when I try to boot on a Dell that normally runs Windows XP.


The stick has become invisible to Ubuntu, neither Nautilus nor Gparted can see it. Running lsusb yields nothing.


When I insert it in a computer running Windows XP, the system tells me it needs to install drivers to run the usb device so I can't see the stick there either.


Thanks for your help.

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