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Hi there have you tried to boot into bios and ensure that your usb devices are all enabled

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

  • Michael Thomas
    Michael Thomas Jul 16, 2009

    Hello there again.

    you can also try going to device manager by going to my computer and right click on my computer and go down to properties and than go to hardware and than go to device manager look for the device that is giving you the problem and than right click on it and click on uninstall and click ok and confirm the removal of the device than click ok the device will now be uninstalled and the computer will find the device again and reinstall the device for you. you will see your device in the taskbar , and it will tell you that your device is installed and is ready to be used. ok?

    i hope that this helps you out

    best regards mike

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First, you want to rule out any problems with the device itself. A good way to do this is to plug the USB device into a different computer to see if it works there. If it does not work in a different computer, then the problem is with the device itself. USB devices, although very handy and portable, can fail just like any other device.


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First, you want to rule out any problems with the device itself. A good way to do this is to plug the USB device into a different computer to see if it works there. If it does not work in a different computer, then the problem is with the device itself. USB devices, although very handy and portable can fail just like any other device.
However, if the USB device works in another computer sstem, then the problem lies with the configuration of the computer where the device did not work.
Follow the steps below to troubleshoo this scenario and make your USB device work again.
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