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Go to your device manager and make sure the device is still active and showing up in your device list. If it is, then it may just be a driver issue. Update or re-install the driver, if that doesn't do it, un-install the device itself but keep the drivers, then when you reboot, windows will either load the installed drivers or will ask you to allow it to search windows update for a fresh driver, allow it to do so and reboot when it is done.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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