Question about Computers & Internet
Well this is either....
2. Hardware (computer)
3. Hardware (HDD)
If its 1 then just simply re-install the drivers part for windows.
If its 2 then you would be better moving it to another usb socket as it may be just a fault on the single socket. If you don't have another socket then im sorry to tell you it means a trip to the repair shop or getting a new usb card to slot in to the motherboard.
If its 3...well...try the manufacturer for a repair.
Hope that helps you a little.
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