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My computer will not longer reconize jump drive and it heats up when plugged in.

My computer will no longer recognize the jump drive and seems to heat up when plugged in.

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Please try with some other PC or Operating system.
If you didn't succeeded then may be you lost ur drive !!!

Posted on May 15, 2009

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