If you're using the same computer and all you did was upgrade the operating system the memory stick should still work. (I'm presuming the memory stick works like the other camera cards like SD and Compact Flash). If you open My Computer and then plug in the memory stick it should appear along with a new drive letter. The letter by itself means nothing, it could now be G. If your computer is NOT recognizing the memory stick you might contact Sony's website for the proper driver for your operating system be it XP or Vista etc. Hope this helps. Dave
If the drive is not appearing in your My Computer window, you should check the Administrative Tools first. Many times, the computer tries to assign the drive to a letter that is already assigned (especially if you have a lot of drives, like network drives or some media card readers). It is relatively easy . . . Here's how.
- Go to the Start Menu, and select the Control Panel
- Select Administrative Tools
- Select Computer Management
- Look for a drive of the same capacity on the list . . . If you see it, check the drive letter. It is very likely the same as another drive. If so, right click and select "Change Drive Letter" . . . Change it to an unassigned letter and it should pop up.