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USB Flash Memory not displaying drive in windows

Posted on 2006-11-16
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Hi,

I have a 1GB USB Flash Memory stick which works absolutely fine except on one particular PC. It shows up as a USB Mass Storage Device in Device Manager, the Removable Storage service is started in windows, but no drive appears for it under My Computer. Any ideas on how i can access the stick in windows?

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by:David Wall
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What os are you using if it is not XP or 2000 then you will need adriver for it .

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by:ccarrack
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running xp professional
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JB123456 earned 125 total points
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In administrative tools, open Computer Management. The under Storage Disk Management asssign a drive letter to the USB drive.
Give that a try - its probably been trying to sue an existing drive letter
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by:nobus
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or delete all the usb entries in device manager, and reboot
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