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I have attempted to utilize a Kingbyte (?) external USB Hard drive to no avail. There was a floppy disc included with the set, but everything I've tried still results in an error message about the USB devise not be recognized. Recommendations?
This problem depends on your OS, or if that is a really bad pendrive,
if you have windows 9x most of the times you must use that pendrive as a normal hard drive.. with this i mean you have to plug it in, and then start your pc, and to take it out you must turn off the pc..
if its a really bad pendrive, installing the drivers will help, but because those thingies are really lame, they will get busted really fast.
but you can be sure that your USB entrances in your PC are fine because they are recognizing something is in, so the problem is the Operating System, either being too old or lack of drivers.
by the way.. is it a KINGSTON? or a kingbyte?
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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