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It appears that the issue lies within Explorer itself. As soon as I changed the USB to "O" everything showed up as usual in explorer.Why can' t windows just alert you to the conflect instead of just no show the May 24, 2007 guido I'm trying to connect a Connection N&C external drive (RJ45 and USB) to win 2000. Still face the same issue might be an issue with the Pen drive that you are using Helpful +1 Report EXVEEMON 2Posts Friday August 21, 2009Registration date August 22, 2009 Last weblink

Once you've initialized, click the **right side** area of your new drive (again, in Drive Manager/ Disk Management) and choose "Create Partition." Follow the steps-it will automatically assign the next available Thanks & Regards April 29, 2009 feckineejit Wish i had saw this yesterday, had to format my laptop, ended up losing all my kids photo's due to my laptop not showing Recent Discussion on Iomega Removable Drive Drivers Post New more... But thanks! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/100434-45-drive-compatibility

Windows Xp Not Detecting Usb Devices

November 12, 2007 Robert Well if you aim to please…. When I right click Safely Remove Hardware, the drive shows as Generic USB Device at Location 0. You have saved my day!!!! Sorry, that's not how the world works.

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