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Do other USB devices work on the same port? Try a thumb drive or some other simple USB device that doesn't require seperate drivers.
I have seen the USB root hub drivers on computers get fudged up. In that case go to Device Manager by going to "Control Panel", find and double click on "System" then go to the "HardWare" tab then click on "Device Manager". Delete everything under USB and reboot your computer, all the USB hardware will be redetected when you reboot and your GPS might work.
You can also try your GPS on another computer to confirm that it works and to confirm that there might be a problem with your USB ports.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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