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Usb512 MB KINGSTON

Hello: dear sir, my usb is not working , neither opening nor formating , when i connect it , the option does come (insert disc),
i dont plz help. Thnx alot

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    Luis Moreira May 11, 2010

    Your USB? do you meen Pendrive?


    If so, try to connect it to another computer to see if the problem is in the PC or in the pendrive.

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Try plugging it into another usb port and before you do that open my computer and see if you can see it in the my computer window. if not try another computer and if it doesnt work the usb drive is defective

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