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I have a newer machine with VISTA 64 and it has troubles reading any kind of drive I plug into it. I have tried to resolve this issue with technical support but I have not been successful. Sometimes it will read the drive for a little bit then say it can't access the drive even though it hasn't been removed from the machine and other times it won't read it at all.
 

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Hello and welcome to TSF, rivercity!

PLEASE, re-install your chipset drivers immediately to resolve this issue - as I feel they're the real cause of this issue.

If you don't know how, give me your computer's model and your operating system's bit (64x or 32x) and I'll fetch it for you.
 
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