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This should have nothing to do, with the safely remove hard ware option.
Plug the USB key back in and check your device manager for conflicts? If the usb key is listed as a conflict, uninstall it and then reconnect your usb key.
Also, is this computer on a network... if so, it may be a coincedence, and a entire issue all together.
Put it this way, if the USB ports on your computer still work with other devices, and your flash drive works with other computers... nothing is wrong with either. Something is just probably conflicting with it
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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