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You'll find quite a few options here: http://shop.ebay.com/items/_W0QQ_nkwZusbQ201Q2e44Q20diskQ20driveQQ_armrsZ1QQ_fromZR40QQ_mdoZ

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Hello p.c. proffessional's: my name is Harold, I just recieved a Kodack ESP 3200 series...All in one printer for Christmas. My two questions for now are, Can i hook this printer to my xp window...


Question 1: You should be able to hook it up to that.
Question 2: It's rather simple - here are the steps (these will work on any USB printer):
1. Install the drivers from the CD.
2. Plug in the printer's power (If it hasn't told you to already).
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How to install Windows Vista/7 using bootable USB storage device


How to install Windows Vista/7 using bootable USB storage device Requires:
- Windows Vista/7 DVD 0r installation source (setup backup files)
- A 4GB USB 2.0 Storage device (Its recommeded to use USB 2.0 device for optimal performance)
  • Plug your USB storage device.
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Run Disk parition utility
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Flush your existing all USB drive's partitions.
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Format your USB drive w/ recommeded parameters. (No need to worry about file system format)
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I:\Boot\Bootsect.exe /NT60 I: Where I: is the drive letter of USB storage device

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My USB 'Whatever' will not work


This not is not for USB flash drives, microphones, mice, anything that does NOT have an install disc at the time of purchase.

Most USB issues are caused by installing a USB device BEFORE you install the driver disk.
In all cases, if there is a driver disk, insert the disk first and wait for the install program to ask for the device. Then plug it in.

If you have done the faux pas above, all the installs in the world will not fix it. You MUST remove the USB driver. Use Device Manager. In XP, this is found by right clicking my computer and selecting properties. In properties select the hardware tab and choose 'Device Manager'.

Stop here. If you have no idea what I wrote, review 'Device Manager' on the Windows Website or ask a KNOWLEDGABLE friend for help. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310123.

Now, select the USB device, while it is plugged in to the USB port, and right click. Select 'Uninstall'. Remove your USB device when device manager is done.

Close Device manager and all the other windows. Start your USB install from scratch, without the USB plugged in untill the install asks or completes.
I have ALWAYS had succesfull installs with this method.

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Audio drivers needed for my pc. plz help.


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Install flash drive


What type of operating system you are using? If it is a Windows XP's or vista it is a "Plug and Play" i.e automatically detects the type of device that's been attached and, if needed, automatically installs the appropriate drivers for it.
Windows "Plug and Play" plays very well with USB. Chances are installing your USB flash drive means simply plugging it in, and letting Windows do the rest. (It may ask you for your Windows installation CD to get drivers.) When done, you should find another drive letter on your machine that is the USB drive.
To be clear, you should definitely review any documentation that came with your USB device.
While flash drives and other "disk-like" devices tend to just work, manufacturers of other devices often have you install their software on your system before plugging the device in for the first time.
So just check the materials that came with your new peripheral.

Your taskbar should notified you that new hardware installed ". Click on that, select the device you wish to remove, and Windows will do things like flush the disk buffers and ensure that from the operating systems point of view it's safe to unplug it.

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Information about hp pocket media drive, serial number cnu71900kj, model number pd1200s


The Pocket Media Drive offers a fast USB 2.0 connection for moving data. It is also backward-compatible with USB 1.0. The best part with it is that you don't have to reboot after connecting it.
The drive is bundled with Sonic Back Up My PC software, and you have the option to password-protect your files for security. The package includes the HP Pocket Media Drive, USB 2.0 cable, black carrying case and software CD-ROM.
Available in two models: 80GB (priced at US $149.99) and 120GB (priced at US $219.99).

Product Features and Technical Details Product Features
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  • Includes Sonic Backup My PC Special Edition software to make backing up your data automatic
  • Requires Windows ME, XP (Home and Pro), or Media Center Edition, 32 MB of RAM, and an available USB port
  • Measures 4.5 x 1.4 x 8 inches (WxDxL)
Technical Details
  • Model number: PD1200
  • Supported operating system: Windows Me, XP Home, XP Professional, and Media Center Edition
  • Interface: USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 backward compatible)
  • Capacity: 120 GB
  • Rotational speed: 5,400 RPM
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  • Power requirements: Input voltage: 5 V +/-5 percent; operating amperage: less than 0.6 A; spin up amperage: 1 A
  • Operating temperature: 5 to 35 degrees C
  • Non-operating temperature: -30 to 80 degrees C
  • Dimensions: 4.5 x 8.0 x 1.4 inches / 81 x 136 x 17 millimeters (WxHxD)
  • Weight: 0.45 pounds / 0.2 kilograms
  • Warranty: 1-year limited warranty
  • In the Box: PD1200 external hard disk drive, USB 2.0 power and data sharing cable, quick setup document, warranty and support guide
Software and drivers download

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareCategory?lc=en&cc=uk&dlc=en&product=3245305&lang=en&

Manual for PD1200S
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/manualCategory?lc=en&cc=uk&dlc=en&product=3245305&lang=en&

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Kingston DTI/512 DataTraveler USB 2.0 not detected when pluugged into USB port on my HP 6910 laptop but works on other HP's and other PC's


This MAY be a problem of the age of your operating system.

For instance, all USB devices have to have the Drivers installed in a Windows 98 and earlier system (because there were no USB devices back then and therefore no drivers were available to be included in the operating system).

Your Operating System may need to have the drivers installed as well, whereas the other computers that you have tried it on may have later operating systems, with preinstalled drivers in their systems, and therefore recognise the USB device and automatically install the drivers when the unit is installed.

Did your unit come with a disk? Then try installing the drivers from that disk and see if this fixes your problem.

If it doesn't, have you tried different USB ports on your computer to see if it is just a problem with the ports?

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