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Usually when you plug in a new device through USB you hear Windows 'ding' as it detects the hardware. Are you getting that sound as you plug and unplug the USB cable?

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I have also had issues with Windows 7 and USB 3.0 ports. USB 3 is not natively supported in Win7 so the right drivers are critical. I've had machines that would see my device, but when I unplug it locks up the USB port. So plugging and unplugging had no effect. I had to reboot to get it to see the connection. I moved my machines to Win10 where USB 3 is natively supported and those issues went away.
Anyway....a couple suggestions.
  1. Try a different USB port. Avoid the USB 3.0 ports. Typically these are either blue or they are labeled as 'SS' for SuperSpeed. At least that's how Dell labels them.
  2. Delete your USB drivers from the Windows Device Manager. Go into the Device Manager and Universal System Bus Controllers and uninstall (don't delete files) any Intel or other branded drivers. Don't worry about the 'generic' or 'Root Hub', as they will delete automatically. After uninstalling right-click and select 'Scan for hardware changes' and those devices will all reinstall.
  3. Delete the Rockwell Automation USB CIP Device from the Device Manager. Plug the cable back in and it should reinstall.
  4. Do a Windows Update. New USB drivers may be available. If for some reason you did not have the proper USB CIP driver, Windows Update will get it for you.

OGNo the key switch or PLC mode does not matter to RSLinx or RSWho.
Usually when you plug in a new device through USB you hear Windows 'ding' as it detects the hardware. Are you getting that sound as you plug and unplug the USB cable?
I have also had issues with Windows 7 and USB 3.0 ports. USB 3 is not natively supported in Win7 so the right drivers are critical. I've had machines that would see my device, but when I unplug it locks up the USB port. So plugging and unplugging had no effect. I had to reboot to get it to see the connection. I moved my machines to Win10 where USB 3 is natively supported and those issues went away.
Anyway....a couple suggestions.

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  1. Try a different USB port. Avoid the USB 3.0 ports. Typically these are either blue or they are labeled as 'SS' for SuperSpeed. At least that's how Dell labels them.
  2. Delete your USB drivers from the Windows Device Manager. Go into the Device Manager and Universal System Bus Controllers and uninstall (don't delete files) any Intel or other branded drivers. Don't worry about the 'generic' or 'Root Hub', as they will delete automatically. After uninstalling right-click and select 'Scan for hardware changes' and those devices will all reinstall.
  3. Delete the Rockwell Automation USB CIP Device from the Device Manager. Plug the cable back in and it should reinstall.
  4. Do a Windows Update. New USB drivers may be available. If for some reason you did not have the proper USB CIP driver, Windows Update will get it for you.

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