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USB: Connect External Devices

USB is great: you can simply connect a device while your PC is running and start to use it right away. However, if Windows doesn’t have a default driver for the device, you first have to install a third-party driver to get things working. It becomes more complicated if the driver is in place but the device still doesn’t work after it has been connected, or if Windows crashes with an error message when you attach the device. In this article, you will learn how to quickly and easily resolve USB errors when they strike.

Category: Basics, Hardware, Issues, Multimedia
Issue: 2016 Issue 2 February
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Article Reference: U501

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