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My System Windows Xp Cannot read Usb thumb drive

My System Windows Xp Cannot detect my thumb drive...
My thumb lights when i joined with cpu...
but in My Computers Drive cannot visible

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If you insert it on a USB located on motherboard there usually should not be problems, only if you forget to enable in BIOS, USB 2.0 or USB legacy support. If you have a card reader installed, please verify the pin connection required. You can find it in your motherboard manul. USB Legacy is generally required if you want to boot from some USB device and not all motherboards require that to be enabled to recognize and boot from USB devices.

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