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flash drives not detected in windows xp


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no it does not appear in device manager and it does not show it installing the flash drive drivers The other usb devices are working fine but my flash drives refuse to work

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No, I'm not talking about resetting the BIOS. Are flash drives detected in the BIOS? There may be a problem with the USB voltage, so the flash drives do not have enough voltage, and this is already a hardware problem. To exclude this, and you need to check in the BIOS or LiveCD.

 

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1 minute ago, Micro-Scopic Soft-ware said:

NTFS drives don't get detected by windows xp for some reason , I tried a NTFs filesystem USB and it doesn't work , only fat32

No, this is some kind of problem you have, my XP opens flash drives with FAT, NTFS and exFAT.

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