Which systen you are using, insteed of that your pen drive must be detect by PNP support of
operating system , So in short and sweet there is problem in pen drive's communication controller, (may be short circuited or conection termical broken).....
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Have you tried to use the pen drive in another computer. If the pen drive does not work in another pc then this pen drive could be fried. There is whats called "Safety Removal Hardware" This should be used before removing any hardware from the pc. Also have you ensured that all the updates have been carried out on that computer?
Are you sure there is not a USB drive or thumb drive plugged into it? If there is nothing else that it is trying to boot from your operating system is gone or not operational. You would need to reload the OS. Hope this helps.
You can try the pen drive on another computer to see if the data is accessible.
Otherwise you may be able to get it working again if you format it. Formatting will erase anything that is already on it. Just right-click on it's icon in My Computer and chose format... If it still doesn't work after that then it has an electronic fault and will never work again. This can happen if the drive gets shocked by static electricity, or if it gets pulled out of the computer while it is reading or writting.