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It just worked when plugged in. I just put the USB.INF file back, from an other PC, and 'Voila' is works!!! With this, all your USB problems will be solved forever. Spacedisk reply Thanks Matt, this one saved comment - July 19, 2009 - 7:51pm Thanks Matt, this one saved me from reinstalling windows! check over here

I copied this into my inf folder] The file did not exist in my windows/inf folder (XP SP2). 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 reply I also had the same problem comment - July 3, 2008 - 3:02pm I also had the same problem with 2 different cameras here at work. Right click file and explore.

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Are the USB ports showing in the Device Manager?27th March 2015 5:11amRadamesmy laptop's all USB Ports are stop working. Right-click on every USB device found there and select “Uninstall”. 4. I thought I would just buy a memory card reader for the laptop, since I couldn't connect the camera, but I could not get the memory card reader to install.

We should now have a trace of the Uninstall/Re-Install. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.1/ Connection to 0.0.0.1 failed. Besides I read that Intel's cloning software was built and based on Acronis, and Acronis True Image WD Edition was the only software I found on Western Digitals website (since they How To Install Inf File In Windows 7 64 Bit The device is now working properly again, I'm suspecting that the driver C:\Windows\system32\DRIVERS\vsflt53.sys (Acronis) which also was in lower_class_filter vidsflt53 somehow interfered with the USB storage device.

Just make sure to check if it is a cabinet file or not. Install Driver From Inf File Windows 7 I've never experienced any data loss doing it, but do recommend copying off your data as you never know when something goes wrong: Repair Install (also by Brink). For example, when you eject a USB storage device without using the “Safely Remove hardware” option or after a program or Windows Update or after a virus attack. Hope this helps someone else out there - cheers Matty reply Thanks Matt, every post Chris Wolfe - October 31, 2007 - 9:18am Thanks Matt, every post helps!

reply Hey, I just dad to do a comment - September 4, 2009 - 12:57am Hey, I just dad to do a system restore and now when I plug in my Inf Installer Tool What is amusing about that is that Windoze XP was crashing constantly on my laptop a year or so ago, which was unacceptable since I need it when I'm on the If anyone found a solutions, i am dying to hear it. So many thanks for the thread and the tips.

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Login _ Welcome to TechSpot Why should I register? I've had this problem with all my microsoft USB mice.   Here goes: 1. How To Manually Install Drivers Windows 7 Can you please help me out though as i can see it will work for the like of usb flash drives or mice/keyboards but will it solve the problem with like Inf Does Not Support This Method Of Installation I just need it to work so I can copy all my files and reinstall XP home.

The very same printer works on the fly with UBUNTU and OSX. check my blog I am now having comment - December 23, 2007 - 5:18pm Hi guys. I have done this before but for some reason it won't allow me to do it now...so frustrating! Cheers Bok UK reply If there are no missing file comment - February 24, 2010 - 3:30pm If there are no missing file files in the c:\windows\inf directory and you don't How To Install Driver Files Windows 7

  • I'm a keen photographer and not being able to upload my photos via the camera or card reader is a real issue for me.By the way the above process happens for
  • But, this wasn't the problem anyway. - I tried your way by replace the inf.
  • The mouse and keyboard came up instantly.
  • reply Whenever I went to plug in a comment - May 1, 2008 - 6:03pm Whenever I went to plug in a new memory stick or camera my computer wouldn't install

Under the device manager it shows up as the printer name and as unknown device, so I have tried to no avail to install the usbprint.inf and yet that will not So I plugged it back in, waited a minute for the computer to do it's thing and then right clicked on it and uninstalled the driver. So we know the USB stick seems to work on your other computer. http://bovbjerg.net/windows-7/vista-cannot-install-drivers.php but my usbstor.inf file seems to be intact.

After rebooting, my mouse and keyboard as well as the dongle weren't recognized either. Install Inf File From Command Line Thanks!! Login now.

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VAT No: GB-751974795. © 2000 Versado I.T. Driver Talent will start to download and install the best-matched and also the most stable drivers for the hardware devices.To install peripheral drivers, such as USB printer driver, network printer driver, fixed their problem but my computer is an HP with a locked down BIOS and I wasn't able to try all the things they suggested. Device Driver Software Was Not Successfully Installed Windows 7 Im stuck guys reply Hi guys, don't know how old comment - December 9, 2009 - 10:12pm Hi guys, don't know how old this topic is, but i had the same

reply *bow down* thank you SOOO comment - January 27, 2009 - 8:10pm *bow down* thank you SOOO much, this fix worked just fine, just pointing it at the INF folder It found the camera and the window that asks you what do you want to do popped up again and I was able to open up the folder with all the but im confused about it as i used usb cable but nothing happened. have a peek at these guys It dont show up under disk management, because it can't be installed (the driver) --> thats why I got the yellow triangle in the device manager, but it's there since it

I was going crazy but this worked for me now all my flash drives work (if that doesn't work they tell me you can try Windows\System32\Spool\Drivers - this did't work for 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 ENTER/SPACE - Select CTRL + A - Select all CTRL + C - Copy CTRL + V - Paste CTRL + X - Cut ALT + SPACE - Bring up Window All I was trying to do was connect a USB2.0 Hub Controller to my system (which was being recognized as exactly that) but the hardware installation wizard couldn't install the driver

reply %systemroot%\inf has been comment - April 25, 2008 - 10:03am %systemroot%\inf has been removed from the DevicePath Registry Key. To do that: Press “Windows”    + “R” keys to load the Run dialog box. But when I plugged in my old USB optical mouse that had been working only minutes ago, into the same port where it had been before, then it worked. reply Thank you Chris - I was comment - September 15, 2008 - 2:59pm Thank you Chris - I was beginning to despair that I would never find a solution to

Microsoft Natural Keyboard 4000 - yet no suitable driver could be found. Then we need to un-install & re-install the USB drivers. My dad got a Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000. At one point I thought Vista wasn't even detecting it.

I've tried the pnpgreg and it didn't work said it couldnt find it when I got to the last step. I tried the same thing with a thumb drive-alone it works fine but not with anything else USB plugged in. I finally was able to get my mouse to work using a logitech mouse software package. (it's a dell mouse) Still everything else fails.