Ever since i got my computer back from repair i have a usb connection problem ! every time i plug in a usb cable to the usb port the computer says it is not connected ! ex. when i plug in my camera or daughters digital art studio !
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Ok try to plug it to the USB port at the back of your CPU usually USB port at the back of the CPU supply sufficient power to the device that was plugged in that port so it functions properly cause a USB device plugged to a USB port w/ low or insufficient power supply in that device may cause the device not to work properly that's the reason why your flash drive wasn't recognize by your system. Also that is the reason why you can't view any file in your device.
<p>When you click your home network through a server for SMEs
running, you may be used for storage for all computers on the network. All
computers on the network access to these files, but are incapable of data
relating to a different computer, not on the SME server to take. So it's a good
idea to back up server data on a USB flash drive. <br />
<p>1. Current in a computer systems and network to log on as
administrator. This action gives you full access to all files on the server
disk SMEs (not only files of a particular user is stored) is stored. <br />
<p>2. Connect the USB key into a USB port on your computer.
Click Start and My Computer. Double-click Removable Disk. This action loads a
window with all files stored on the flash drive. Leave the windows open for the
moment. <br />
<p>3. Back to "Computer". Double-click the drive of
the SMS server. A window with the files on the disk, unless the network server.
<p>4. Click and drag the files from the open window on the USB
flash drive appears. This process ensures that data from the server window on
your handheld. <br />
This is an very new model of addon card for which there is no driver in the Express Gate - which is just a stripped down Slackware Linux operating system - so the system ignores it and everything plugged into it. Since adding a Linux driver (which doesn't even exist at this moment according to the manufacturer) to an embedded OS like that is extremely difficult you should just connect your keyboard and mouse in another onboard USB socket - if necessary use a $5 hub which you can buy at Walmart.
Your USB Port May Be Loose Getting A Shortage Of Power Or Isnt Connected Properly You Can Check This Yourself If You Have Advanced Knowledge About Computers But I Recommend Seeking A Computer Technician
Your hard drive may be intermittenly faulty, any abnormal sounds from a hard drive is not good. I would connect your hard drive to an USB adapter and plug it into a working computer's USB port and do a Disk cleanup and defrag, if possible run disk diagnostic program on the hard drive. If the hard drive proved OK then you may have a faulty IDE controller or faulty IDE cable, check the BIOS battery voltage, may need a new one.
1) You will do no harm by reversing the connector, but the PC won't "see" the drive at that point (if your drive has an activity LED it will be permanently ON if the cable is reversed)
2) Most times the USB will have enough power to drive the HD all by itself, but if you are going through a hub that may not be the case. In that situation, plug the device directly into a USB port on the PC.