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Some questions first. Does your system detect a new hardware? If yes, then do the following. If your flash drive comes with a CD, insert it then try installing( the software needed might be in there).
If your system doesnt detect your flash, then it might be that your usb port has been disabled from the Bios settings. But first check your Device Manager to see if your usb ports are working well ( From Control panel- system-Device Manager). If everything is working properly in the device Manager, then call on a technician to look at the Bios settings so as not to complicate things.
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