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reply You're welcome. I think i will end up reinstall win7 but if anyone else have got ideas i am all ears. To fix this you will have to extract the usb.inf file from the .cab files on the Windows CD. im unable to do any uni work over the hoildays now and its a big problem! weblink

By putting them into the Windows Directory you also let the new folder inherit the necessary permissions to be installed.

July 28, 2014 Vaibhav Garg I have had great success with Contact us nowTraining and professional development Explore our training and professional development offerings Browse our training offerings EN English Deutsch Francais Español ©2017 SMART Technologies - all rights reserved | So many thanks for the thread and the tips. anyone any clue?

But, this wasn't the problem anyway. - I tried your way by replace the inf. BigD in Texas reply Hello, I've been trying all comment - July 6, 2008 - 6:43pm Hello, I've been trying all what's written in this forum and nothing worked for me. Here's the solution for the ones who might have this problem: This worked for me in Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit! I have even tried a few usb keybaords and a ps2 one.

I have had a hard time trying to get my files off of the old computer, since it doesn't have a cdrw, floppy, or any removable rewritable media. Therefore, to un-hide it you need to click on Tools in Windows Explorer then select Folder Options. Here is some background: * I bought the camera second hand without the CD. * I have downloaded the Easyshare software from Kodak (several times), and even tried installing just the Ecobee3 vs.

I decided to go into the device manager and saw that there was a new entry in the USB section called USB Mass Media (or something to that effect) I verified reply Is it just me that cant find comment - March 7, 2009 - 12:29pm Is it just me that cant find the c:\windows\inf folder? Honeywell Lyric: Which Smart Thermostat Should You Buy? Undersatnd also, if you have an old system you may not have a USB 2.0 port but a USB 1.1 port, but that won't be a big problem just slow down

I went to each one of them and couldn't find USB or pherpiphals. They shouldn't be a problem later on unless you upgrade your PC's components or connect more exotic peripherals to it. by Shirley R / April 12, 2005 7:05 AM PDT In reply to: Qucik check... 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

  1. OK, I did install the incorrect driver initially.
  2. Select Install.
  3. For additional assistance with this, please contact your computer manufacturer." So I starting searching and found some people with similar problems suggesting power fixes, etc.

Otherwise, if you're only using it on Windows machines, NTFS is fine. I install them in this order: motherboard/chipset, network, then GPU. A progress dialog box appears when the installation is complete. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

Thank again... have a peek at these guys I noticed a problem with my win7 64x not picking up new usb devices such as usb sticks, ones i already have used on the computer was working fine. I'm interested to hear you say VNC and System Restore. Do you have any yellow exclamation points in your device manager already?

And - before doing anything else - See if a similar device will be recognised on your PC, and then check if another PC will recognise the device(s).

November 1, 2016 However, you could run into dependency issues if the chipset is far enough out of the mainstream. Those drivers are posted on the Centon Drivers page. [Note: Windows 95 drivers are no longer supported.] Again, the driver for the DataStick is already built-in to Windows ME, as well check over here I just unplugged and replugged in my USB device without rebooting.

Some computers may not fully install USB Hardware List drivers. Follow @howtogeek More Articles You Might Like ABOUT About Us Contact Us Discussion Forum Advertising Privacy Policy GET ARTICLES BY EMAIL Enter your email address to get our daily newsletter. If no computers see the drive when you connect it-even in the Disk Management window-the USB drive itself is likely dead.

it is a one way deal.

While the link Ray posted offered help on a HP6630, it was generic and it so happens there wasn't anything listed as USB in the "advanced" bios section but it makes I couldn't even find where the usb.inf file was located on the CD. Nest vs. Also ive ran memtest, at 8 passes i had an error, but i went on to...

I recently bought this same camera loaded the software but couldnt get the driver for the camera. OS Win7 H.Prem. 32bit+SP1 Roderunner View Public Profile Find More Posts by Roderunner 30 Jan 2011 #9 theog ME/XP/Vista/Win7 11,444 posts uk Hampshire Try updating the drivers from Didn't work for me. - I looked in Driver Cache when installed. this content As a techie, I would have never deleted it.

I then found this page and saw that someone overwrote ALL of their USB drivers/files on their computer with the ones on the Windows XP CD. Thanks in advance. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. You will have *.dat files and other file named: infcache.1 3- Right click every file (dont touch the folders!) and choose properties. 4- go to security tab 5- click Edit 6-

To my knowledge, she has never used the usb port for anything.