I have been using Lenova y410 laptop for the last sixmonths, but for the last one month my usb drive not working properly. Basically it is not recognising. But even Mouse remaining things it is recognising properly.
Even drivers also updated . Kindly resolve this problem.
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Firstly go to Lenova's web site and make sure that Win7 supports Lenova 3000. If it does, check 64 is supported. If all is OK, download the 64bit drivers to a USB flash drive or burn them to a cd.
Back up all of your data!!
Put Win7 64 system disk in your DVD drive and boot from that. Follow the prompts and be certain to install A CLEAN INSTALL. If you don't you will bring problems with you from your old system. When Windows has finished installing, go through all of your programmes, installing them, as you have an empty drive to put them on, then install the 64bit drivers from your CD or USB drive. Good luck and I hope this helps.
Do you mean the slot?
Is it the cable that goes into the LAN port?
If so you can use a LAN PCMCIA card and connect the LAN cable into this card.
You can connect to the Internet using a USB 3G adapter which uses the cell phone network with a cell phone provider.
My apologies faizakhatib. I see that you did, indeed, provide the make and model of you laptop. Thank you for that.
Some additional suggestions: (A) Please, make sure that your laptop's A/C adapter is plugged in while trouble-shooting this issue. We don't want to complicate the matter w/ a possible low-power issue.
(B) Worse case, your laptop's USB interface may have failed (hardware failure). To repair this would necessitate replacing your motherboard. You can work around this issue, however, by using a laptop PC card w/ USB ports.
Please, get back to us w/ your answers and we'll work w/ you to diagnose this issue.