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Re: usb is not getting recognized.
Try refreshing the USB's. First, remove all USB's from your sytem (unplug them).
Click on START, SETTINGS, CONTROL PANEL, SYSTEM. Click on HARDWARE, DEVICE MANAGER. Expand the heading UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLERS. Delete all the usb items. In that same window, go to the very top level (computer name-In the picture, my computer is called LUCY), right click, and click SCAN FOR HARDWARE CHANGES. Once done, try connecting your USB devices.
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Try restarting the iPod and connect it again. If it doesn't recognize it try it on another PC, if it still isn't detected it is the iPod. Buying a Mac wouldn't help nor hurt the situation, it would just be an expenditure.
Hi, Try connecting your pendrive in some other computer and if not working in different machines also, then the problem is with your pen drive. If genuine transcend pen drive, then claim it under warranty to get the new one.
If working in other computers but not with your computer, then try connecting the drive to your computer via the USB ports directly available behind your computer as this may fix the issues with USB extension cables and usb spliters, if any
Try re-installing/updating iTunes, also, make sure that you have run Microsoft Update and have all the latest updates. With regards to your new drive, download and install the chipset drivers for your motherboard.
If you can tell me what motherboard/system you have, I can look and post the link for you.
The only way to find out is from the manufacturers website:
http://ec.transcendusa.com USB support is tough on Windows 98. It doesn't run as a plug play system. If you can find a way a way to upgrade your computer to Windows XP, that should solve the problem.
The people at your local computer shop are wrong but, Windows 98 should at least recognize the USB thumb-drive and ask for drivers.
I would remove all the USB Controllers from within Device Manager and restart; allow Windows upon restart to reload the USB Controllers; then plug in the drive and see if Windows at least recognizes and then install drivers.
It seems only the DTI/XX, KUSBDTE/XX, and DTII/XX support Windows 98.