USB Device Not Recognized error message
Each and every one of us has come across this problem at one time or another; we are of course talking about the “USB Device Not Recognized” error message. When trying to install any type of a USB Device into a laptop or desktop computer, you might come across this little error message: “USB Device Not Recognized”. What should you do?
Well for one, the first thing that you can try is to power down your machine, unplug it from the wall power outlet and wait roughly 30-60 seconds before turning it back on. What this does, is that it basically refreshes the system and it allows the computer to cool off.
If the first method didn’t solve your problem, you can try uninstalling the drivers for this particular device and reinstalling them. This might be able to solve your problem. Just to be on the safe side, reboot your computer once more.
If you are still not successful, the next thing that you can try would be to go into your “Device Manager” and uninstall all of your USB Ports. Use caution with this method if you are using a USB Keyboard or Mouse. Below is an illustration of what your Unknown Device could look like in the Device Manager.
If none of the above methods resolved your problem, you should definitely think about contacting professional help. eProvided specializes in USB Device Repair and Recovery. Send in your device and enjoy a peace of mind knowing that your device is safe with a company such as eProvided.
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