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Usb device not recognized

Hi my usb device is not recognized, i just used it but when i use it again,, it was not recognized,..
i tried different computers but the result is still the same,..
need help!please!

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Hi i had a similar problem but mine was with a new HDD but you could try it and see if it helps at all:

Try looking for the drive in the "Disk Management".
Right click on "My Computer" or "Computer" and select "Manage" then select the "Disk Management" item.

If you can see the drive, but there is no drive letter assigned, you may need to format it for your operating system or create an accessible partition on the drive. You can access all these options by right clicking on the drive from the "disk management" screen that you should be on.

mine needed to be initialized (by right clicking on it) and then i formated it

Good Luck!

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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