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This MAY be a problem of the age of your operating system.
For instance, all USB devices have to have the Drivers installed in a Windows 98 and earlier system (because there were no USB devices back then and therefore no drivers were available to be included in the operating system).
Your Operating System may need to have the drivers installed as well, whereas the other computers that you have tried it on may have later operating systems, with preinstalled drivers in their systems, and therefore recognise the USB device and automatically install the drivers when the unit is installed.
Did your unit come with a disk? Then try installing the drivers from that disk and see if this fixes your problem.
If it doesn't, have you tried different USB ports on your computer to see if it is just a problem with the ports?
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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