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Computer wont recognize the device, it makes a weird sound when you plug it in, not the usual sound when you plug hardware.

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Does the sound come from the device itself or your computer speakers? If its coming from your adapter itself the their something physically wrong with it. I suggest returning it or getting a new one.

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

  • humaidank Aug 08, 2010

    The sound is the sound the computer makes when you put in hard ware, or remove it. It makes an unusual sound when I put it in, adn then it doesn't recognize it at all.

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    Norman Aug 08, 2010

    did your adapter come with a install cd? just make sure that you have the correct drivers installed for it. If that does not work their may be something wrong with the device.

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