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You must be absolutely sure that your USB cable supports the data connections. Many cheap cables do not, and can be used for charging only. Thus I mark all my USB cables which support data with "data" on them. Your other options is to go and buy a USB cable that is made specifically for data and make sure that works before looking for other problems. Don'...


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It's difficult to answer this in a format that's useful for Stack Exchange since it usually turns into a long comment thread of "Have you tried this?" so I'll try a more generic answer. The sequence I follow when trying to debug things like these is to systematically swap out things to see what could affect it. You have already swapped the operating system ...


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