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When I connect my pandrive to computer. A massage is shown that the device is not recognized by computer. Window XP 2003 is installed Please send me solution for this problem.

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Using the flash drive as the example, you would:

  1. Plug in your flash drive, then go to Control Panel, System, Device Manager.
  2. YOu should find the flash drive listed under USB Devices.
  3. Without taking the flash drive out of your computer, use the Device Manager function to "Remove" the drive from Windows.
  4. When that is finished, take the flash drive out of your computer.
  5. Reboot.
  6. Now, plug in the flash drive and Windows should recognize it again.
  7. If you originally had to load drivers from a manufacturer's CD for the flash drive, you'll have to load them again. You might have to do that if you're runing Win98 or WinMe or Win2000.

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