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Wont recgonise USB stick.

Have had the stick for a couple of months and had been working fine. After having a bit of trouble with it connecting I unistlled and reinstalled the software and now it wont recognise that its plugged in. I have tried it in 3 different usb ports (other devices work fine) and it doesnt seem to recognise it.

Any idea?

Im using a BT Homehub and am on MS XP.

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