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Hi i got your issue

Please try with the folowing steps

Step 1) Unplug and replug the adaptor -check with the light status
Step 2) Uninstall and reinstall the adaptor

Still if you have issues Your drives seems to be outdated you need to update drivers from the particular website of your adaptors

Thank you
With regards
Priya

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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