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I upgraded to MacOS El Capitan and to my chagrin my Kingston USB drive no longer works.  I get some stupid "Unable to start DTXX application" or "ERR_COULD_NOT_START" error.  Luckily, there's a solution--you simply have to upgrade the USB drive firmware using a Windows PC.  Please see this and look closely at the FAQ section: http://www.kingston.com/us/support/technical/products?model=DTLPG3

Unfortunately, one my my older Kingston USB stick models is not listed, so now I have a useless brick on my hands.  I contacted Kingston support, but they ignored me.  Great.  (That was sarcasm by the way).

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