And further more. When I connected it and rebooted the computer there was a message saying: searching preconfigured driver folders and going round and round.
Only when I uninstalled the device from the device manager and checked for hardware changes it seemed to have installed the driver correctly but I don't trust it anyway since it does not work.
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I suggest you getting/creating a Linux* bootable USB drive or live disc and boot with it. Put the system to sleep once it is finished booting. The drive should be in normal state after resuming from sleep.
You can use either one of these tools to create a Linux* bootable drive:
- YUMI – Multiboot USB Creator | USB Pen Drive Linux
- Universal USB Installer – Easy as 1 2 3 | USB Pen Drive Linux
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