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Unplug your USB Drive then plug it again. There should be a notification saying "New Hardware Found" on your taskbar. Check that notification if your drive is working properly.
If not, go to Start>Right Click on My Computer>
Click Manage>...Then Choose DIsk Management>
Look for your removable storage device>
Check the capacity and the drive letter if there was no conflict with other drives of your partition>
If There's a conflict, Right Click and choose "Change drive letter and paths..."> Then change the drive letter of your USB drive.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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