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It Should be Plug n Play.... Try disconnecting, Reboot your PC..

Hopefully you are using XP or Newer Operating System.....
Install any software that was included if that doesn't work...

Or you can download the drivers (use the model of the usb flash drive and find software/drivers for it for your specific operating system (windows version)... also be aware that if you are runnning a 32 bit Windows (x86)...... You can't use 64 bit Drivers/software....BUT............ a 64 bit Windows can use either or both.....

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