Question about DSC Universal Accessories - P/N KIT32POWER5NT
This sounds like the USB/Memory card File system has been corrupted...
What you can try is to first check if the system is seeing any new storage devices when you connect them, follow my instructions to find out:
Open "Device Manager" by going to (In Vista):
Start>Right-Click "Computer">Click Manage>Once the new window opens Choose Disk Manager from the list on the left.
Start>Control Panel>*Performance and Maintenance*>Administrative Tools>Computer Management>Once this opens click Disk manager from the list on the left.
NOTE: *If you're viewing the Classic View of Control Panel, you won't see Performance and Maintenance. Simply double-click on the Administrative Tools icon*
Disk Management should now appear on the right side of the Computer Management window.
Note: If you don't see Disk Management listed, you may need to click on the [+] next to System Tools.
Once you have navigated to the Disk Management window, plug in your USB/Memory card.
You should see a new disk appear in this list of drives.
if this device is showing it has no file system then it could mean the device is corrupt and requires formatting.
If this is the case (do this for this device only - make sure this is definitely the device you are plugging in, to double check visually, pull the device out and confirm which disk disappears from the list. then plug the device back in and see if the same one appears.
Once you have confirmed this you are ready to format (this will wipe everything currently on the USB and create a new file system which will allow the machine to read the USB to fix your problem)
To format follow these steps:
right click on the device>click format>in the menu which appears choose a "Volume Label" - This is the name which will show up in the list in "My Computer" when the device is connected - you can only change this again by formatting the drive again.
Finally click OK, and the format process will be carried out.
I apologize for my long winded explanation, but i am not entirely sure of your level of computing knowledge so i felt i should explain this as simple as possible.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
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