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I've had IE8 installed in my computer, and now my Kingston USB is not recognized

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Click Start
Click Control Panel
Click Add/Remove Programs
Click to Select Internet Explorer 8
Click Uninstall

This will re-install your previous version of Internet Explorer,
but I think that you still will have the IDENTICAL problem.

Try connecting your Kingston USB to a different USB port, and/or to a different computer, to see if the problem is the Kingston.

Posted on Oct 20, 2010

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