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Any time i insert a flash drive into my system usb port, the system does not recognize it

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Try it in another PC...if it reads there then
format the flash drive in another PC and then try in this PC....

else

could be a problem with device drivers.
Right Click My computer.
Select Properties
Select HARDWARE tab from the properties dialogue box
Select Device Manager.
Now Search for Universal Serial Bus Controllers.
Reinstall the driver.
else

the next option is to remove and again insert the pen drive and let it install it so that you can browse it. Do cancel at the time when it displays you found a new hardware

pls leave a feedback...
reg

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