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I cant use any flash drive on my pc

My usb port cant read flash drive or removable disk but printer, keyboard, or mouse are fine. how can i fix it?

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  • mojaja Nov 26, 2008

    is the service pack 2 included in the xp installer?

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If you are using XP and don't have Service Pack 2 intalled then try to install Service Pack 2.

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  • spacewalker Nov 27, 2008

    Service Pack 2 installer is not inbuilt with normal XP installer. To make sure about the version of xp installed in your computer, Right click on My Computer and click Properties. It will show the version

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