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I have 2GB Kingston USB. It detect but show zero volume and when i write click to open it the message is insert disk.

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Format the usb and then try it

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There are a few possibilities for the problem you're having. Some you can resolve yourself, some you will need further assistance from a professional.

It sounds like you've done some basic diagnostics already so don't worry if these steps start off with things you've already done.

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