A couple of months ago I got myself a new computer. When I got it I was surprised it didn't come with a floppy drive but with one of these: I installed Windows XP, and after installing I went to My Computer and found out H: was my hard drive. How did this happen? Apparently these fine devices make drives for all the slots on there. So I had C: to G: with devices I never used. The thing is, since there is also a USB slot on there it's the only one I use, but when I connected a USB device it would make another drive for it and not use one of the reserved drives. So J: became my USB drive. I have to format my HD, open my computer, pull out the cable of the thing, install windows and reconnect the cable to get my HD to be C: again. But still there were these drives I didn't use. I managed to turn them off through the control panel so those aren't bothering me anymore. Along with the USB port on the front of my PC, I also have two in the back. Problem is, they don't always work like they should. Like with my iPod, sometimes it will get recognized, sometimes it won't. I can't connect it to the front USB drive because then it doesn't work so I have to hook it up to the back all the time. I also have a Nintendo WiFi USB Connector for my Nintendo DS. But I can't get that to work at all. None of the USB slots work. I put it in there, windows recognizes a device. I run the installation program, it tells me to connect the USB connector, while it already is connected. Somehow I blame the drive that replaced the floppy drive for this, since I've been having more problems with that. Does anyone have any ideas on what to do or have similar problems?