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Maybe there is such a kind of bad sectors on the hard disk.
You can use softwares to improve flash / hard drive.
Can be downloaded for free, it's freeware.
I recommend, HDD REGENERATOR, which can repairing without deleting the data (if there is data).
If the flash does not contain data, try reformatted.
Can also initialize from the device manager.
Or if necessary, run FDISK.
It's possible you cracked a chip or two when it dropped, or damaged a connection between a diode, capacitor or so.
It's also possible that a ribbon has come loose within the device, which will need to be tightened again. But your message is also a bit unclear.
If the screen isn't responding, you may need to tighten the screens ribbon cable, after that if it isn't working the GPU may be cracked. Afterwards, if that doesn't work you may have damaged the mobo itself.
If a USB port isn't working, the usb's connection to the mobo needs to be re-soldered. Or a replacement USB may be needed.
You're going to have to bring it in for work possibly, unless you want to try to fix it yourself, in that case you can order replacement parts for laptop on eBay since companies themselves do not sell replacement parts.
Possibly wait a day and see if it works afterwards, when something hits the ground it has a lot of friction go through it which will cause a lot of heat to it.
right click my computer, device manager,you should now see a list roll down list till you see universal serial bus controller,click on this and a list will drop down, the first 1 you see in list right click and pick update driver software.keep going down list doing the update software driver .that should reinstall missing usb storage driver .try pluging in an external hard drive if it reads drive and you can put and remove things then its already install but not showing.
The hubs were most likely the USB hardware that is a part of your computer, but the USB Mass Storage Device is a part of some hardware that you had plugged in at some point (maybe a USB flash drive, maybe a USB external drive). In order to reinstall the Mass Storage Device, you have to plug that hardware back in and let it reinstall.
If you aren't aware already, sometimes you plug in one device, but it installs as more than one device (it's actually supposed to). So you won't always have a one-to-one ration of hardware and installed devices, since some of them show up as more than one device. And typically, when plug a new device in for the first time, the computer can only see one device, then it instals that one device, and only then can it see the other (virtual) devices, which it then installs. The next time you plug that device in, it sees & activates all of the devices instantly & silently (not counting the little "plug in" sound it makes).
For that case you need to detouch the enclosure of that device there must be something wrong with the enclosure. No worry the disc inside of it is not affected. You need to get the support coming from your reseller because I believe it was still under warranty.
1) Has the GPS been dropped or gotten wet?
2) Did the TomTom get physically disconnected before issuing the "disconnect device" from the TomTom Home drop down menu? (this can corrupt the software inside the GPS)
3) Try reinstalling TomTom Home from www.tomtom.com in your computer
I have fixed a few electronic devices (phones, jump drives, radios) by immediately removing the battery, removing screws and cracking the case open a little, and placing it on top of a lampshade with a 40 watt bulb. Device should be at least 8 or so inches away from the bulb. Keep it there for a couple of days in the warmth of the bulb. You might want to place a cloth over the lamp shade to keep a little more warmth in there.
You might not have any luck with the ipod because you can't remove the battery fast. It is very important to be able to remove all power from the device. It is also tricky to crack an ipod case open. This is needed to be able to dry effectively at all.
If it works after a couple of days of drying then that's great. (At least crack the case open.) It should work. But with an ipod, don't count on it. If it doesn't work, mount it on a placard as a reminder to check your pockets before laundry day!!
Your phone can upload and download files when connected to a PC running Windows 2000 and higher. Note: Mac is not suported.
Open the flip and turn the phone on.
From the home screen, attach one end of the Motorola Original Enhanced USB cable to your phone and the other end to a USB port on your computer.
On your phone, press Yes to use the phone as a portable USB storage device. NOTE: When connected as a storage device the phone cannot perform regular phone activities. Disconnect to resume normal operation.
On the PC, open the My Computer window and find where your phone displays as a MassStorage icon. Double click the MassStorageDevice icon.
Drag and drop files between your computer and phone.
When finished, remove the phone safely from your computer. Right click the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon at the bottom of your computer screen, then select "USB Mass Storage Device" and click Stop.
Select USB Mass Storage Device and click OK. Now it is safe to disconnect the cable. When the cable is disconnected, the phone restarts.
i found this on a another fellow fixya member's page.