Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
Initially when i opened My Computer, and clicked on c or d drive, it opened in the same window.However, recently every time i click on c or d drive, it opens in a new window thereby creating multiple windows and reducing the speed of my computer. Do u think it is a bug ? and if so then how to fix it ?
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Posted on Nov 04, 2007
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Verify that the USB flash drive is actually the cause of the problem by inserting the drive into a USB port on a different computer.
Check to see if the drive remains inaccessible on the separate computer drive.
Plug the USB flash drive back into the original USB port if it still shows up as inaccessible.
Open the computers Start menu and then click on the My Computer button to bring up a new window with a list of the drives connected to the PC.
Find the Map A Network Drive button at the top of the new window.
Click on the button and wait for another window to pop up on the screen.
Click on the Drive Letter drop-down menu at the top left side of the window.
Select a drive letter that you want to use for the USB flash drive.
Click on the Browse button and then locate the USB flash drive.
Click on the drive and then click on the Open button.
Click on the Finish button and then restart the computer.
Return to the Start menu and then open the Control Panel.
Double lick the icon in the window labeled as Administrative Tools.
Scroll down through the new list of options that will populate the window and then double
click the Computer Management link.
Click on Allow if your computers operating system asks for your permission to open the Computer Management menu.
Find the Storage button at the left side of the window and click on it to bring up a new list of options.
Click on the option labeled as Disk Management and wait for the list of attached disk drives to populate the panel at the middle of the window.
Right click on the drive letter you selected earlier when you mapped the USB flash drive to the computer.
Click on the menu option labeled Format.
Make sure that the File System heading is set to NTFS and then click on Start to reformat the drive.
Restart the computer once the reformatting process has completely finished.
Attempt to use the USB flash drive again.
Purchase an entirely new flash drive if the computer still will not recognize the drive, as that will indicate it is defective or physically damaged somehow.
hope this helps
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