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If i remove can i add again

For some reason my computer isnt recognizing the device and says i should remove the hardware. If I do that can I readd it again? and if so how? I don't remember how i did it the first time.

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Best bet would be to uninstall it via Device Manager (right click My Computer, select Mangae, then Device Manager, right click the hardware, select properties->uninstall). After that complete, plug it back in and Right click the name of your computer (in Device Manager) and select Scan for hardware changes.

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