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USB problem Hi, My computer won't recognise when I connect a device to my USB ports any longer. Such devices include a mouse or a memory stick, though it does recognise my digital camera. I have USB V1.1, am running Windows XP. Any ideas please

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    i have a problem with USB flash drive only



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I think u must upgrade the USB driver on ur pc go to this link and download the driver and save it in desktop and double click on it and install it
rate me solved if its help thx

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  1. Press the button on the receiver, and then verify that the light on the receiver starts to blink.

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