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Weird USB Problem: XP Doesn't Automatically Install Drivers


No stoopid usb.inf problems on Ubuntu Linux. So, while I could *try* and use different drivers, I can't really. I've been trying to install a new wireless keyboard & mice combo set with a USB receiver almost a month now. can't connect my phone, my flip video, my bluetooth, or mp3 player. http://hcsprogramming.com/usb-device/vista-doesn-t-recognize-usb-devices.php

February 18th, 2015 by Aseem Kishore File in: Computer Tips There are 0 comments, care to add yours? When you restart, the USB root hubs will reinstall. Then for some reason my XP sound was not working! That was my off the cuff solution.

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I just need it to work so I can copy all my files and reinstall XP home. Once I restarted, I was able to go through the installation process and now my USB disk works! As I started reading your post, I was thinking I would tell you to remove the root hubs in Device Manager. Enjoy!

  1. It works with the port replicator that was previously installed, but when I unplug it from the port replicator and plug it directly into the laptop, in the same usb port
  2. or !
  3. reply Hello, I am having a similar comment - August 8, 2007 - 1:38pm Hello, I am having a similar problem (if not exact) to the issues described in this post.
  4. The next time you plug your device in you will be asked to install new driver since the old one would be gone.
  5. You know that you have such a problem product when you plug two of them into Windows XP and it reboots as soon as the second device is enumerated.
  6. The official instructions from Microsoft are here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315539 I found some devices on my system that I don't ever plan to plug in again and deleted them.
  7. And they sell like hot cakes.
  8. That's it.
  9. Existing USB devices worked fine - news device would even be identified correctly - eg.

For some reason, when the USB flash drive is plugged in (in our case, a Kingston Datatraveler 2.0), nothing happens. Yesterday .. ?? .. I only found this because I gave up on searching for the error messages and searched only on "usb hub" "cannot install". Usb Device Not Recognized Windows 7 Depending on the order in which the devices get enumerated by Plug and Play, the two sets of settings would get assigned seemingly randomly at each boot.

Penny :) reply I run into the same problem comment - October 1, 2008 - 1:22pm I run into the same problem with unable install new USB storage devices. Because Centon says that Windows XP drivers are built-in no updated driver is available. If you see anything listed there that is greyed out or that says unknown device, go ahead and right-click on them and choose Uninstall. http://www.online-tech-tips.com/computer-tips/usb-device-not-recognized/ Include a mistake that cost extra when asking for reimbursement after faculty interview?

The only caveat is having to reinstall all the latest Windows updates...IMHO a small price to pay for a fully functional OS. .Click to expand... Usb Device Not Recognized Windows 8 That makes no sense. So I figured I would update the drivers, but when I went to Centon's website I found this message: "The drivers for the USB Mass Storage devices like the DataStick, SpinDrive They are very hard to navigate and I can't seem to get an ATI driver that will install correctly.

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FactoryPreInstallinProgres is the other one that typically causes this issue, but is not seen in all installs.Ok... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/246585-45-windows-auto-installing-drivers reply Hello, I had the same issue comment - November 8, 2009 - 7:06pm Hello, I had the same issue and fixed by doing this : 1° Copy from another windows Usb Drivers Not Installing Automatically Windows 7 The Sony Viao I purchased 2 years ago did not include Windows CDs, so until now I was at a loss as to where to get this information. How To Fix Usb Device Not Recognized Additional items, separated by semikolons, are ok but '%SystemRoot%\inf' has to be one of them.Then delete the file C:\WINDOWS\inf\infcache.1 - XP will recreate it.The INF folder and the infcache.1 file are

Presumably, if the customizations are stored in the registry, moving the device around will lose this stuff too. this page In any case I think you have the inconvenience equation wrong. Maybe somewhere on my Windows 7 disk (unzipped)? #5 jharris378, Nov 20, 2012 Last edited: Nov 20, 2012 Steltek Golden Member Joined: Mar 29, 2001 Messages: 1,626 Likes Received: 0 reply Steady now. Unknown Usb Device (device Descriptor Request Failed)

Device manager hides devices that are no longer connected, even when "Show hidden devices" is on. I notice you mentioned going to the c:\windows\inf folder, and re-installing drivers. Right now. http://hcsprogramming.com/usb-device/usb-flash-drive-malfunctioned-no-drivers.php What is stacked on top of what?

share|improve this answer edited Sep 20 '12 at 18:45 answered Sep 19 '12 at 18:05 Keltari 39.4k1186135 1 Is it possible that after installing a piece of hardware using built-in Plug And Play Not Working Windows 10 Mind you if the mass storage class is an ATA bridge it would be easy to generate one from he ATA Identify Device command - just return a CRC of the reply I've battled with this issue comment - October 31, 2007 - 3:47am I've battled with this issue for a couple of hours on a clients machine.

Cooney says: November 10, 2004 at 10:18 am I agree that rebooting is just plain bad.

The arduino driver problem is likely just a symptom.  Mangled Windows causes all kinds of problems that just vaporise after a major clean up.  I know the Arduino works fine on Visual Studio (Express is free) is an excellent programming environment and you learn C#. I owe thanks to you for putting me on the right path. -Bill reply Such a simple fix. Plug And Play Not Working Windows 7 No passwords BS.

Also, if you do go ahead and perform an OS re-install, it is possible to move a user profile without editing the registry. Some cell phones are composite devices and present two interfaces, and consume two COM port numbers. After that I could install my new keyboard and every other USB device I could find! http://hcsprogramming.com/usb-device/usb-ports-only-recognize-printer-and-no-other-devices-w-new-install.php In the case of a USB Mass Storage device, I'd think that the volume serial number might be sufficient (at least for the purpose of determining where it gets mounted into

Then decided to re-apply SP2 ontop of what was an up to date XP Home system and 'Voila' problem solved albeit after having to initially let windows find the correct drivers Raymond, I don't think that USB device enumeration is quite as random as you were sugesting, or else, if you were using devices which had no serial numbers and they were Pity, because the hardware is excellent. Is that acceptable?

Grrrrr.... :-) Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top braingut Posts: 1 This post has been reported. Any other ideas? :( reply Not on this. Same for my Logitech wireless desktop receiver. Call yourself God Is there a way to block guest users from closing a certain program?

Check out Mousekeys, you can then have a rudimentry mouse using the keyboard. Re: Windows XP won't recognise driver and install #2 Oct 19, 2010, 11:11 pm I don't have an UNO, but I had no problem installing. Anyhow, just wanted to simply say THANK YOU! It just worked when plugged in.

For those of you with even more USB gadgets, you probably have connected a USB hub to one of your USB ports so that can you connect even more devices. Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top ScottW Posts: 6609 This post has been reported. At worst, you have a yellow exclamation point in your device manager signifying that Windows doesnt know what to do with the device. LeftBrain Newbie Posts: 5 Karma: 1[add] Arduino rocks Re: Windows XP won't recognise driver and install #1 Oct 19, 2010, 11:01 pm Update - After much internet research and hearing the

I just wish I could find an MS fix to restore/repair/replace USB drivers. I've never seen a BIOS / Setup Utility that allows you to disable USB ports. I sorted it by going to this site http://www.infdump.com/inf-files/U_1.html and downloading the USBSTOR.inf. My C-drive is an SSD with limited space, and I didn't want to clog it up with user account data.

So first turn off your computer using the Shut Down option in Windows or pressing the power button and then UNPLUG the PC from the wall outlet.

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