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Device does not detect usb divices

When inserting a usb device such as a flash drive or an external cd rom the device does not detect it.We have many users within our company using these thin clients and need to use their flash drives.We are replacing most of our pc's with the thin clients because they are so cost effective.Now I really need some expert advice on how to get this thing to work.Looking forward to hearing from you guys soon..... Thanks

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Re: Device does not detect usb divices

From what i can tell the storage devices aren't all compatible, and those that are, require; in some cases the system to be re-booted upto 3 times. Have a look at this site for compatability or search the support at bottom of page.,50785,-1,0,&jtfm0=_0_0_0_-1_f_nv_&etfm1=&jfn=ZGF65B9A3D8BF75D2512EBCEAEDEDB03961129C76396826B85E405948D9058DFBBE6BAAA10B05BCEFF07F7D39FCDD2D7CA8F&oas=4fxuSUtmk7gxTCWo5LebFA.. The usb ports may even have to be enabled in the device manager. Hope these point you in the right direction.

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Option 2:

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