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Unplug your USB devices
Go to Control Panel, Hardware, Device manager.
Delete all your USB ports, then restart the computer. XP will reinstall them. Then try your USB device.
Also, try the USB in the front and back, see if it is a connection problem on either one.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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