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Driver needed for 2gb kingston usb

My computer have xp window and it is p2 not recognizing the device

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If it is Win XP with SP1 ( check this - tight click My Computer, click Properties and check if it is Service Pack 1), then you need the latest SP from microsoft (that is SP3).

WinXP not recognizing USB drives, the SP is the most common cause I  have seen. Update to SP3 and it should solve your problem.

HTH,
Deboo

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Hi. Acually sir your usb flash drive is a plug and play device. Just plug it in on your computer and it should automatically be detected by your computer if you're using Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7. If you're pertaining to the Windows 98 driver you can download the driver on this link http://www.kingston.com/support/USBFLASHDRIVES/downloads/default.asp?s=DTI_HS , just click the DTI.EXE then it will let you download the driver for your usb. Goodluck!

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We have all had it, yesterday it was fine now it says it doesn't recognise ya USB device.. AARrrgg. Well there are various way to try to fix. Now providing your USB aint Kaput then this works like 99 outa a hundered.Simply Remove and reinstall all USB controllersTo remove and reinstall all USB controllers, follow these steps:
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  2. Click the Hardware tab.
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  5. Right-click every device under the Universal Serial Bus controllersnode, and then click Uninstall to remove them one at a time.
  6. Restart the computer, and "Windows" will then automatically reinstall the USB controllers.
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That really is a matter of if when plugged in to the USB port of the computer you are using, if computer you are using can recognize the drive.

If you are using Windows XP, check "My Computer" and you should see the Kingston USB jump drive showing as an device icon.

In Vista and Windows 7 select "Computer" and you should also see the USB jump drive listed as a device icon.

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Now, on the other hand, here are a few steps, if you want to upload to an online resource which allows photo uploads from another source, namely your computer..

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Next, simply locate the Kingston 2GB USB jump drive in My Computer, (Windows XP), Computer (Vista , Win 7) or Devices and/or Desktop (Mac OS X).

Then start selecting and uploading your pictures onto that website or webpage with your Kingston as the source drive.

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