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USB Wont connect to computer

My USB is broken. when i connect it to a computer its not picking it up. i need the files on it. what can i do?

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You need to buy another usb

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  2. Connecting the printer cable to the printer and to the back of your computer.
  3. Connecting the printer's power cord to a power outlet.
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