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Plug the drive in. Right click on the drive and select Properties. Go to the tools tab and run Error-Checking and scan for errors. Fix any that come up. If this does not solve the problem, go to the start control planel > system > device manager. Scroll down to Universal Serial Bus controllers. Right click USB Mass Storage Device and delete the driver for the usb drive. Unplug the USB keychain and plug it back in.
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