Device not recognized

By damon t ·
Tags: Hardware
I have a blue yeti mic that I've been using for a while and now when I plug it in, windows just says the device is not recognized. I've tried to find driver updates, but there are none, and then I uninstalled the drivers for it, and shut my computer down, and when I turned it back on I still received the issue. What should I do?
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Re-install the drivers again or go for replacement

by abby1991 In reply to Device not recognized

As you mentioned that you uninstalled the drivers and shut down the computer, and then again turned it back on but still received the issue. Have you re-install the drivers after turning it on? If not, then kindly re-install the drivers again and check if it works.

If you still face the same issue then most probably your device needs a replacement or visit the nearest device repair shop.

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Replacing the USB cable works for me.

by yuanyasmine In reply to Re-install the drivers ag ...
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blue yeti mic not recognized

by pooja1588142131 In reply to Device not recognized

Go through below tips and your device will be up and running:
1. First, check your microphone connection and make sure that it is turned on. Also, ensure that the mic is not faulty.
2. If there are none of the above problems then set your mic as a default device.
3. Or update its driver or take help from the device manager.

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Device Not Recognized Fix.

by Estoniadenmark28 In reply to Device not recognized

This method resolves issues where the currently loaded USB driver has become unstable or corrupt.
1. Select Start, type Device Manager in the Search box
2.Select Device Manager from the returned list.
3.Select Disk Drives from the list of hardware
4. Press and hold (or right-click) the USB external hard drive with the issue, and select Uninstall.
5. After the hard drive is uninstalled, unplug the USB cable.
6. Wait for 1 minute and then reconnect the USB cable. The driver should automatically load
7. Check for the USB drive in Windows Explorer
Note Connecting your USB external hard drive into a non-powered USB hub can cause a lack of enough power to operate the external drive. Instead, plug it directly into your computer.

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