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If you're running Vista or W7, you already have it. Plug your USB stick in, right-click on it in Windows Explorer, and select 'Properties'. All you need is on the 'Readyboost' tab. This page has more details:
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Try system restore to restore your computer to a previous date. For that click Start- Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore. Click Restore my computer to an earlier time, click next, select a date from the calender ( select a date when ur pen drive was working) and click next twice. The computer will restart automatically. When it starts again, try your pen drive
check are your usb driver is properly installed or they are enabled... I happed with me also... It took some time to locate and install the usb by windows but it can also be the cable problem... Check these things and if nothing is wrong within these then try to reinstall the windows and i am sure that this will solve your problem!