Updated on August 17th, 2023
Summary: This blog post explains the way to resolve error- USB Device Not Recognized in Windows 7/8/10
If you get the message- Flash drive not detected on the computer/USB flash drive not showing up/unreadable USB flash drive/the disc you inserted is not readable by this computer. Then read to solve this problem.
When I was using my USB drive, suddenly my USB was not visible and I started getting an error message- “ USB Device Not Recognized” also known as USB error code 43. This can happen to any user when you try to use a USB mouse, keyboard, camera, or other removable devices.
This error causes major problems because much of your valuable data is stored USB devices and you are not able to get access to it right away. Moreover, many other USB devices such as mouse and keyboard also provide usability to the user. If this error occurs, there are many manual fixes to address the problem. But let us first discuss the various causes of this error.
You can try resolving the error by using some quick fixes. If the problem is not solved, you can move ahead towards the detailed methods described below:
1. Restart your system or reboot computer.
2. Try changing the USB port, connect USB drive to see if USB drive is recognized or not.
3. Try connecting USB drive to another healthy computer or laptop.
If your device is not recognized in the system and the error-USB Device Not Recognized in Windows 7/8/10 is showing or you get USB error code 43, then you can try the solutions below to fix it:
You can follow the following steps to solve error- USB Device Not Recognized in Windows 7/8/10:
You can use the SysInfo Tools Removable media data recovery software tool.
Below are the steps that you can take to solve the USB error:
Step 1. Start by launching the Sysinfotools Removable media data recovery software and select the unrecognized drive.
Step 2. It will show the information of the selected volume.
Step 3.You can easily select the recovery modes that are standard, advance and deep.
Step4. Wait for few seconds for the scanning process to complete.
Step 5. Expand the folders in the tree structure one by one and check their file properties.
Select the folder(s) you want to save and save the files.
Step 6. Select the location you want to select and click OK
Step 7. When the saving option is complete, click OK
Many times the users get a message error- USB Device Not Recognized in Windows 7/8/10 or USB flash drive is not showing up. In this case, you can make use of the removable media data recovery software tool. It is simple to download and use. And you can continue working on the data stored on your USB drive.
Also you can read: Easy and Quick ways to retrieve lost Window Files in Windows 10/8/7/XP/Vista
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