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Old 10-14-2005, 05:19 PM   #16
malesandro
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Thankx !
You know, the thing is I have a Kingston Data Traveler usb device, but it's 1.1. I had EHCI enabled, thought it would be ok even If I got the 1.1 device, but it wasnt ok...I disabled it and I could mount it again. I don't know if that did it or the fact I formatted the device.
I'm writing from my winxp partition, I still couldn config the modem. It's a usb modem....I know, I should buy a router, but for now It's all I've got, so I''ll begin suffering now.
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