Whenever i connect my PNY 2G Attache thumbdrive to my computer it automatically reboots my computer. This happens to evry computer that i stick my thumbdrive into. Also when i stick it in before i turn on my computer, as soon as the computer is booted up and windows is loaded the computer reboots again.
I still havent been able to access my thumbdrive
PS. other USBs and thumbdrives work perfectly well in my computer
Can anyone help me please?
Is there any way to fix this problem?
More then likely you have a defective thumbdrive,buy a new one and see if you still have the problem, you can all ways take it back if you still have the problem, Remember new ones can also be defective.
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1) If you got the video from email, then it hv to be downloaded into your computer (c: drive) first. Once done, login into your FB acoount and upload it into FB.
2) IF it from pendrive/thumbdrive/external drive, then just connect it with your computer. Then you login into FB and upload it from pendrive/thumbdrive/external drive.
11.04 is the most stable and current version. You can upgrade from 7 to it with a thumb drive, and an installed program.
Go to the Ubuntu Website and download 11.04 iso.
Download and install UNetBootin. Insert your thumbdrive, format it. Open UNetBootin. Select "Disk Image" then locate the location of the 11.04 iso you downloaded. Then at the bottom, select your thumbdrive, and click OK
This will then get your thumbdrive bootable, and install 11.04 too it.
Once that's done. Shut down your computer, boot from the thumbdrive, and follow the upgrade instructions.
Best part, about "Upgrade". It'll 99% of the time keep your documents intact and just update the software.
control panel admistrive tools ,computer management ,device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you should see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers or if you can see your usb but its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update driver
Usually blue screen errors are associated with hardware. Since you are experiencing problems after migrating the motherboard it has to do something with it.
Try removing the Jumpers and cables associated with the usb ports on your motherboard and refix them back. This will probably help you fix the problem (also make sure your jumper and cable configurations are correct - they can usually be found on *********** board manual)
If the problem still persists try taking the whole machine apart and refix it again.
Hopefully this will help you.
Leave the thumbdrive plugged in to the computer and reboot.
Right click on my computer, click Manage, click on disk management,
locate your thumb drive, right click and choose assign (or change) a
drive letter. If it already has a drive letter, give it a different one
as it’s already in use
Is this thumb drive USB specific? Some of the newer ones require a 2.0
USB port. It's possible you're plugging it into a 1.0 port.
open my computer and hit the f5 key on your keyboard for a refresh.. might not have posted.
If your laptop is running Windows ME, 2000, XP or above, it should automatically do the New Hardware thing, and mount the drive. If using Windows 98se, you can probably get the drivers from the vendors web site.
Sometimes a usb port will not provide enough power for a specific device. Does the thumbdrive work in other computers? And do other USB devices work when connected to the laptop?