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Then it appeared in My Computer. Other folks have posted similar symptoms here, I’m trying to track down some troubleshooting suggestions. Tried removing drivers and reinstalling, etc Hello folks, Maybe something to help you out. I been having the same problem over the last couple of days with 2 cruzer thumb drives in windows 7 32 bit Ultimate. A new issue that came up for me yesterday was I had a Lexar that was recognized right away. If one is willing to let go of data, cleaning it up completely will help.
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I run a Windows 7 bit machine. Seems like a stupid glitch for a new OS?
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Tuesday, November 16, They both fail to show in my computer, but when inserted windows makes the sound, device manager refreshes itself but shows nothing new. The problem doesn’t appear on my work computer running Windows 7 Bytestr, but on my personal laptop using Office 07 on the work box IE 9, Windows 7 Home Ultimate.
So it appears Window’s tried to use H for the thumb drive as well and explorer already had a H drive listed. I love Windows 7 and hope you guys come up with a more tangible solution. The drive wouldn’t appear under my computer. The problem is that when I clicked on “my computer” i did not see it and then when I went to “Devices” in “Control Panel” it was there.
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Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: I dont see it in disk management either. Sorry for reviving this old thread, but I didn’ see any real resolution. Monday, October 25, 2: If one is willing to let go of data, cleaning it up completely will help. Sign in to vote. I dont know what to do the computer knows it is there but does not show it as a Drive.
The drives would attach but not so in Disk Management nor as a Folder under the Computer. If you formated the drive on a machine that recognized it, it would allow you so see it on the machines that originally had issues. Marked as answer by northernmaximus Fllash, November 16, 9: Friday, November 13, 7: I changed the network drive to “T: Office Office Exchange Server.
Sunday, February 14, Not an IT pro?
Maybe something to help you out. Im not going to format the drive because i know it works fine.
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Monday, November 16, 9: Thursday, December 6, 3: Faced the same issue as by northernmaximus. The device management console is NEVER “up-to-date” no matter how many times you restart it and the computer so the drive path can never be established. A solution would be great.