Regardless which USB port I plug my store & go in it shows up in Internet explorer as my Ipod. When I first used it it was listed in internet explorer as " Store & go". How do I get it to correctly identify my "Store & go".
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Try to plug the external hard drive to a different port. if its not working try to use other usb device like ipod, or thumb drive and if the other usb device works it means the problem is the external hard drive it self. If the problem still the same the problem is the usb ports probably the motherbaord
Sometimes, portable drives need more power than a USB port provides. If this is a laptop, be sure it is plugged in to power and not running off battery. Also, if you have TWO usb plugs on the end of the wire, plug them BOTH in. This provides the extra power needed.
Plug it in to a USB port on your computer. If you now go to 'My Computer' you will now see it as a removable drive. You can treat this as any other storage medium, so you can copy files to it and retrieve data just as you would from any other drive.
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a flash drive becomes a drive letter in explorer when it is plugged into
the usb port. Explore your computer, find the drive letter for the
flashdrive then explore that drive. It is simply a matter of finding the
pictures and dragging them and dropping them as you normally would with any file on your
After connecting the usb drive go to device manger and see is there any device listed as other device just uninstall it and click on scan for hardware changes. Then right click on my computer and go to manage option in that you see disk management choose the option it will show all the drive which is connected to the system just explore the drive to see the content of the drive.
Need to purchase a media card reader from a local computer store . Plug unit in a USB port on your computer insert card and use explorer in windows . It should show up as a drive then you will be able to transfer files from computer to card and vice versa.
When you plug it in to your USB port, it should be assigned the next available drive letter that is not taken by a physical drive (your primary hard drive or another USB drive). Then you can browse the drive through Windows Explorer.