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Ive had problems with jump drives in the past and ive found the the ceaper they are well the cheaper they are. my burned up and fried after 3 uses. it may very well be poor manufacturing.(Have you tried using it in a diffrent computer?-try putting it on a friends computer to see if it detects it.) or a driver problem.
to find new drivers, you may ned to acess your control panel-->add hardware. and check for new hardware. it should search for drivers for your drive and appear. *their may be a few options you need to choose from*
i hope this helps.

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