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Well..then..it's time to drop your attachment to the ego state..just kidding..

who makes that unit? you may need a fresh set of drivers

first, though, unplug it, unhook from computer, then plug in to wall, then to computer..xp should see it.

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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