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Thanks for your quick answer, doesnt work though. When i choose the extracted Universal Naked Driver it tells me that it already has installed the latest drivers for this device.
 
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Thanks for your quick answer, doesnt work though. When i choose the extracted Universal Naked Driver it tells me that it already has installed the latest drivers for this device.
did you follow steps in mentioned link?
try this also http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588979
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Here try this:

Make sure android sdk with platform tools and usb_driver is installed on your PC and then,
Follow these steps:

1. Connect your phone to your pc and head over to control panel---device manager and select your phone from there.
2. Right click on it and select update driver software.
3. Now select "Browse my computer for driver software"
4. Put this path "C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\extras\google\usb_driver" (C:\Program Files (x86) may differ on your pc depending on where you have installed the SDK)
5. Put a tick on "Include subfolders" and click next.
6. The drivers will be installed again and everything should work now.

Make sure you accept the authorization request popup on your device when you connect to your PC.
 
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Here try this:

Make sure android sdk with platform tools and usb_driver is installed on your PC and then,
Follow these steps:

1. Connect your phone to your pc and head over to control panel---device manager and select your phone from there.
2. Right click on it and select update driver software.
3. Now select "Browse my computer for driver software"
4. Put this path "C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\extras\google\usb_driver" (C:\Program Files (x86) may differ on your pc depending on where you have installed the SDK)
5. Put a tick on "Include subfolders" and click next.
6. The drivers will be installed again and everything should work now.

Make sure you accept the authorization request popup on your device when you connect to your PC.
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did you follow steps in mentioned link?
try this also http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588979
Thanks for all your replys, but as i told you, it doesnt show up as anything related to android. it shows up like this: http://imgur.com/a/W3JEO
This problem also comes when i plugin a normal usb device to put files on.
 
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Same happen to me you have to install adp again
 
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This problem also comes when i plugin a normal usb device to put files on.
That, and the fact it works on your old laptop tells me it's most likely a problem with the USB ports or controller on your PC. Do you have your motherboard disk? If so try reinstalling the drivers. Check USB settings in BIOS too.
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That, and the fact it works on your old laptop tells me it's most likely a problem with the USB ports or controller on your PC. Do you have your motherboard disk? If so try reinstalling the drivers. Check USB settings in BIOS too.
But how come it worked fine just a few days ago
 
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Put it in my USB 3.0 port and it works. Looks like its "fixed".

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