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System hangs by inserting pen drive

When i inserted the pen drive the system hangs.

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  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    my computer hangs when i insert pen drive or try to open its contents mine is p3 256 mb ram comp working with window xp

  • virtuvian Jan 12, 2009

    System hangs by inserting pen drive.I have tested the pen drive in other
    systems the pen drive is perfectly functioning.
    please help


  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    System hangs by inserting pen drive.I have tested the pen drive in other
    systems the pen drive is perfectly functioning.
    please help

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    connect pendrive pc hang

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When insert pen drive system being hang

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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If you have any antivirus software installed
check disabling it. it works or not.

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Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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I tried out using the pen drive in other systems it is perfectly alright.

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I solve this problem
i connect my pen drive my pc is hang

iuse 4 gb pen drive transcend


an i use quickheal antivirus software. with internet sequrity

in a internet sequrity one tab is sequre drive and autorun is enble and disable.







try it...yr problem solve......ashvin

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DISABLE ANTIVIRUS AND SCAN PENDRIVE

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Take the hamer and broke the pc tatzzzzzz solve

Posted on May 02, 2009

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PC hangs when I insert pen drive solved for me at least
Right click on MyComputer>manage>device manager>

On the right Pane
under the Universal Serial Bus Controllers >
Disable the Intel .... Usb2 Enhanced Host Controller

you must disable usb2 enhanced host controller and plug you pen drive.. see if it works..

I gotta tell something more.. that is in my Gigabyte bios,there is a Usb controller,Usb 2.0 controller,usb keyboard support etc. etc..
and i kept all of them enabled while unintalling the driver..
it worked for me...

solution personally founded by MD. Abrar(Me).. :)

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USB drivers ? or a faulty pen drive of usb port...

have you tried plugging it into another computer or another por on the same pc ?

if yes then what are the results ?

you can try removing the USB driver..


what version of windwso do you have ?

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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dude u need to reinstall ur windows ..there are othere ways also but im telling the best way .so ur system will remain healthy..

Posted on Apr 16, 2010

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solution..
1) Check The USB Port for Damaged, Bend Or Broken Pins.
2) Check The Pen Drive For Physical Damage.
3) Try The Pen Drive In another USB Port. (i.e. if u r using the pen drive in the FRONT PANEL USB PORT than try it in BACK PANEL USB PORT)
4) Try The Pen Drive In Another System.
5) Tye Another Pen Drive.
6) If All Above Is Fine Then Format The PEN DRIVE.
7) Try The PEN DRIVE now.
8) Is Issue Still Persists Then..
9) Uninstall the CHIPSET/MOTHERBOARD DRIVER COMPLETELY and then clear %temp% & prefetch files and Restart Your System.
10) Install The Latest CHIPSET/MOTHERBOARD DRIVER and ANY AVAILABLE FIRMWARE for the motherboard..

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: System hangs by inserting pen drive

does other usb devices work fine on the same system please check if your pen drive is working fine on some other pc/laptop if it is working fine then you have to check with your usb ports.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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run compatibility wizard and chose that flash drives to run as / chose different settings,
usually caused by older flash drive drivers

check manufacturers web site for compatible drivers/ upgrades

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