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Feb 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet
*See if the USB port is enabled in bios.
*Goto Run> Services> Plug and play > Properties(Right Click)> See if it is set 'Automatic'.
*Try disabling USB2 in your bios, restart your operative system, and if still not detected your pen drive, try making OS detect new hardware or hardware changes (to crange usb2 drivers to usb1 drivers).
*If the above steps don't work for you, it might be a driver conflict. Try installing the Transcend USB driver from the manufacturer site, and see if that works for you.(Check in Device Manager, If there is a conflict after installing the new driver : Rollback Driver).
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