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Why my USB drive always appear in my PC in stead of my vmware work station ?

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Why my USB drive always appear in my PC in stead of my vmware work station ?
My PC is win 7 and vmware ver is 8.0 The USB controller is enabled. But when i inserted the USB drive, it always appear in my PC. I want it to be at my vmware work station. Thank you

Please see the link, which is my previous  post. It is the same problem as before. But this time, i can not solve it through the same way. However, i found a message(please see the below picture) when i started Window XP in the VMWare
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Windows_Server_2008/Q_28270037.html

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Is the VMware USB service Started, in Services ?
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You are right. it work out. Thank you !
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