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Try unplugging the device- re-installing the software & drivers, then plug the device in-(if it's USB!). if not, shut the computer down, plug the device in and re-boot! take the cd out first! if you get the new hardware wizard for MS, then tell it you have the cd- browse to the cd device letter-after re-inserting cd and go from there! if it tells you there's no info on the cd to install hardware, swear eloquently, then go back and let windows find the damned drivers for it! if they state that it's not windows approved, tell them to install it anyways!! i've been through this sh*t so many times that i tolerate ms os's, but have no great love for them!! apple has much more stable and reliable machines, but who can afford them?? then again, what is your sanity worth?? enough of the venting!
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