Question about Dane-Elec DaneElec 2GB USB Drive Red Hard Drive
The best way is to uninstall all the USB port. To do so:
Click Start> Control Panel> Hardware and Sound>Device Manager (click View hardware and devices)> Click the (+) sign in front of USB COMPOSITE DEVICES to expand it, you will a list of USB devices, right click on each of them & click UNINSTALL and then restart the computer.Once the computer is restarted wait for couple of minutes and then try to use a USB device. You should be back in business.
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Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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