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    Broken Flash drive? change the crystal

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    I KNEW being able to wield a soldering iron would come in useful one day!

    Good tip - ta.

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    cool tip, I'd never thought to check. I guess you could nab a xtal from any usb device if you're desperate.

    I gotta dig out my oscilloscope and check xtals in the future! (I have an ooooold 20MHz osc I got of ebay 5 years ago

    Now, I just need a dead stick.

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