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USB Device Not Recognized error flashes on and off .

I touched my computer and got shocked. The USB drive registerrred an insertion and thinks there is hardware installed. I looked under the device manager and it says Unknown Device. The only way for me to turn it off is to disable the driver. When I uninstall it just comes back. Flashing and beeping. Is there a way to just Delete the device somehow?

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Instead of disable, right-click and choose uninstall. Good old static electricity will destroy many an electronic - the official right way to touch the computer (which no one really does) is to run your hand across a wooden table or other hard surface (not the carpet, now) before touching the computer or monitor - or wear anti-static gloves. Usually not a huge issue, but you have joined the unlucky minority.

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