The picture of your Device Manager shows there are other devices with yellow marks (Devices that need Drivers) If you have a name brand computer (HP, Dell etc) go to the manufacturers support/download drivers site and type in your Service tag# or your make and model # and download the Chipset Driver first and any other drivers you need like the Video/Display driver etc. If you don't have internet on that computer, download the drivers from an internet computer and save them to a USB Flash Drive then transfer them over to this machine. If you need help finding your drivers post your make and model # of your machine or Post on the Drivers Forum
There are no drivers required for USB Pen (Flash) Drives. However, Be sure you have downloaded all drivers for your other devices in the Device Manager for your PC from your computer manufacturer like your the Chipset (USB driver) and the Video/Display adapter etc.
With the drive plugged in right click the USB Mass Storage Device and Uninstall it. Then remove the drive and restart your computer. After the computer has restarted plug the USB Drive into the Back USB port of the computer not the front or into a Hub as these are low powered ports. If you still get the a Problem has Occurred, then try the drive on another computer it may be a bad device.
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