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Flash drive slot of my computer is not working

Flash drive slot of my personal computer is not working

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Sata


First, try a different sata cable...

If that doesn't work then flash your Bios to the latest version. You can get it here:
http://www.msi.com/product/mb/K8MM-V.html#/?div=BIOS

Aug 29, 2012 | MSI K8MM-V Motherboard

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Asus AT3NT A-1 motherboard. after plugging in the power supply green LED comes on ok. switch on computer DVD drive LED flashes on as normal, CPU fan comes on as normal, it all seems ok, but no Video...


May be your RAMs are faulty. Or your VGA is faulty.
Remove RAMs and clean the RAM slot. Re-insert the RAMS. Restart the computer and check.
If it doesn't work, replace RAMs and see.

Sep 11, 2011 | ASUS AT3N7A-I Atom Dual-Core 1.6GHz/...

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I have a logitech flash drive that is not picked up by my computer when I slot it into the USB port - I went to my computer and checked under disk management but it is not even coming up under there - do I...


Hi.

USB flashdrives are usually all plug and play so you don't need any additional drivers for them.

Try plugging the flash drive into a different computer. If it works on another computer your USB slots maybe faulty.
If the flash drive is not picked up by another computer then the flash drive is probably faulty.



Regards.

Jun 07, 2011 | Motherboards

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I have a compaq pasario 5716 with pentium III Desktop computer. Has only 384.0MB RAM. HD space is11GB. The OS is W98. with Internet Exployer version 6. To update this computer I think I need to replace...


Don't bother upgrading that old thing.

You can pick up a much better second hand Pentium 4 for $60 or so, and even Windows XP can only handle about 4 Gigs of RAM.

Very few Pentium 3s will support a 2Gig module in each slot. Just because they sell 2 Gig sticks does not mean they will work in your computer.

If you want to know how much memory your old machine will hold and support, just go to:

WWW.CRUCIAL.COM

When you get there, run their SCAN MY COMPUTER utility.

This will tell you exactly how much memory and what type you currently have installed, how many memory slots are available on the motherboard, how much each slot will support individually, as well as the maximum total amount of RAM that the motherboard will support.

Good luck.

Mar 17, 2011 | Compaq Motherboards

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How do I remove photo's from a computer to the flash drive. Please keep the instructions simple!!....as I have limited tech. abilities...thanks!! Donna


Insert flash drive in usb slot
your computer should see it- when it asks tell it to OPEN to view the files
now move that window to either side of your screen
now open the folder with your pictures in it- go to view in the task ber at top ( next to FILE, EDIT )
change the view to THUMBNAIL then pick wich one you want
Right click it and choose COPY them go to the flash drive window right click any where in side it and choose PASTE.
after you copy the pictures you want go back and delete the pictures from the old file

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The hard drive wont intiialize I think it might be the mother board. how can I tell. it is a dell dimension 8300 computer


If you see the Dell BIOS flash screen, then the motherboard is likely working. Try the drive in another computer to test its integrity.

Sep 03, 2010 | Dell Dimension 8200 AUD System Board...

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Disply problem


I guess your computer is not booting.
  • Fix and tighten your RAM into the slot properly also clean the dust on the RAM with a soft cloth if any
  • check the cables for the HardDisk and CD Drive,they should not be lose
  • Take out all the USB connection [Flash/Pen drive,mobile,printer etc.]Try n change the Keyboard and mouse also.
  • Your computer Should Boot now.

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When placing two slots of 1gb ram my computer won't start


Hi,
Insert each RAM and switch ON if any RAM is faulty it might not boot up also check for the Htz should be equal.

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Sata hard disk drive on asus p4v8x-x motherboard


i think you should install via raid tool from asus driver cd then check in control panel --> administrative tools--> computer management and you click to disk management
the sata hd will dectected by the computer so you can format it
you must reboot first after via raid tool instalation
i manage this way and succeed on my 500 gb sata drive
try it

Jan 28, 2008 | ASUS P4V8X-X Motherboard

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Missing ram slot


I dont think so as it would have never booted before, it is probably a generic manual refering to other motherboards as well. You could be right, either the motherboard cmos chip is faulty if your fan turns and drives flash, or a faulty processor if nothing comes on at all, assuming you know that the power supply is ok.

Apr 12, 2007 | Intel D845HV (735858149143) Motherboard

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