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will this flash drive work for my mbp? http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?p=ALU...aa9fd70ea0769a

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I haven't known of a thumbdrve that didn't work but sorry if I am wrong...Upon my knowledge I would say it should work
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I haven't known of a thumbdrve that didn't work but sorry if I am wrong...Upon my knowledge I would say it should work
You are correct. A drive is just a drive and it only stores data. Any flash drive should work with Mac or Windows.

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Yep, they use the USB mass storage profile, which every major OS release of the last few years has built-in support for.

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