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Usb (flash disk)

Later on i used my usb to same files from a friend laptop then when i went to my computer my flash disk wasent showing in my computer pliz can help me

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Okay this can be caused by anything as simple as a bad connection. First find the USB port that you normally use for your device. Next plug the device in on another USB port on the OTHER sideo of the computer. See if it comes up. If it dosen't try attaching it to another computer to see if it works. If it dosen't tell me and I will begin troubleshooting with you.

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Steps for connecting your USB Flash Drive

Step 1: Take off the cap and insert your flash key into the USB port. The USB port is usually located on your CPU tower (just below where you insert your floppy disk or CD. There will be a symbol that looks like a 'sideways cactus.' See picture.
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Steps for disconnecting your USB Flash Key


Step 1: Make sure that you have saved the documents you have been working on and then close them by clicking on the big red X in the upper right-hand corner.

Step 2: Once everything is closed, click once on the little green arrow at the bottom right of the task bar (see picture).
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A message in a box will appear saying "Safely Remove Hardware", or "Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device". Click once on that message.

Step 3: It should now be safe for you to take out your Flash key.


Note : If you want to be certain it is safe, go into "my computer" and check to make sure that the "removable disk" and drive letter your flash key was assigned have disappeared.


Note: If the green arrow still appears, click on it again and it should disappear. If a message appears saying "The device 'Generic Volume' cannot be stopped right now. Try stopping the device later", you will want to make sure that all of your programs or documents on your flash key are closed out.

If you re-try it and the message still appears, push Ctrl + Alt + Delete on your keyboard and then shutdown your computer. You can then take out your flash key or you can re-boot the computer and follow the same process above. You should then be able to remove it safely.

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[{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}]
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