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USB 2.0 DOES NOT WORK

I HAVE AN EASYCAP ,IT WAS WORKING SINCE 3 WEEKS,AND NOW PC DOESNT RECOGNIZE IT,ALSO THE EXTERNAL HDD.

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Try updating to SP3

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