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    Not sure about Macs, but Samsung or Sandisk would...

    Not sure about Macs, but Samsung or Sandisk would be my first choices. WD owns Sandisk now, so the newer WD SSDs are probably rebranded Sandisks. There are a lot of other brands like Mushkin,...
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    You should get the drivers from the Nvidia...

    You should get the drivers from the Nvidia website. You didn't say which OS you're running.

    https://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
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    I wouldn't assume the PSU is ok just because you...

    I wouldn't assume the PSU is ok just because you see a green light. I would swap it out for a known good PSU as a test.
  4. XP can use FAT32. FAT32 has file size...

    XP can use FAT32. FAT32 has file size limitations, but it is the most compatible. For drives larger than 32GB, exFAT is more efficient.
  5. It depends on the size of the flash drive. If the...

    It depends on the size of the flash drive. If the drive is larger than 32GB, you'd need to use a third party app like Rufus.
    https://rufus.ie/

    You can also make bootable flash drives with Rufus.
  6. I've never heard of Platinum brand before. Are...

    I've never heard of Platinum brand before. Are you sure it says eFAT? It should be exFAT, not eFAT.

    XP does NOT natively support exFAT. You'd need to install a patch for exFAT....
  7. What is the problem exactly? The flash drive...

    What is the problem exactly? The flash drive would have come formatted already. You didn't say the make/model of the flash drive, so we wouldn't know if it came formatted with FAT32 or exFAT. WinXP...
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    Are you using AHCI or RAID? If so, did you add...

    Are you using AHCI or RAID? If so, did you add the drivers during install?

    https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-clean-install-windows-7-2624917
    On Step 10, you need to click "Load driver", and then...
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    You don't need to low-level format. Seagate owns...

    You don't need to low-level format. Seagate owns Maxtor now. If it's a really old drive, you can try to find the old version of Powermax.

    If you wanted to wipe the drive, it's better to use...
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    Seatools can scan non-Seagate drives also, but it...

    Seatools can scan non-Seagate drives also, but it can only do repair actions on Seagate drives. If a drive is going bad, you're better off just getting a new drive rather than repairing it anyway.
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