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Computer can not recoginaized

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    What is it that the computer cannot recognize?

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  • check the device manager and check the device for any discrepancies, watch out for any marking as red x, ?, ! marks.
  • if the driver is already installed, uninstall and reinstall it, or else reinstall it anyway

Posted on May 02, 2009

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