|12 May 2010||#2|
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Did you make certain that you installed the correct drivers/firmware?
You need drivers that are for Windows 7 and for 32 or 64 bit depending on what you're using.
If you don't know whether you have 32 or 64-bit, just go to the start menu and right click on Computer. Click Properties and you'll find a page describing your computer it will tell you whether you're using 32 or 64 bit about half way down.
For some odd reason I cannot get the Samsung support page to work properly, but here's a link to your computer on Samsung.com. Just click on the downloads link to find your drivers.
Here are links to the drivers for your computer with the type preceding them.
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