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I only found this because I gave up on searching for the error messages and searched only on "usb hub" "cannot install". After that I could install my new keyboard and every other USB device I could find! But, this wasn't the problem anyway. - I tried your way by replace the inf. Insert memory stick and install! have a peek at these guys

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 data After searching on the net, I found other people with the same issue. You'll need to change it back every time you want to hear sound from the speakers. Didn't work for me. - I looked in Driver Cache when installed. http://support.logitech.com/en_gb/article/2193?product=a0qi00000069ugwAAA

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I resolved this problem too. After spending days Googleing for a similar problem (nothing on the Desktop 7000 transceiver driver issue), finally I found this page by searching only for the mouse. I haven't tried this with Vista yet but it may explain why the device was not recognized.

Failing all this it will have to be a clean install of windows which id rather not do as it is a customers machine. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get runPCrun is a trading name of Versado I.T. Logitech Usb Microphone Driver Windows 7 Since I first used it nothing is recognised when plugged in the usb.

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 Logitech Headset Drivers Windows 7 The problem was for some reason the files usb.inf and usb.pnf had vanished from my WINDOWS/INF directory. All was running fine when i unplugged my usb hub, mouse etc to take the laptop upstairs, once i wanted to plug it back in, nada, nothing was recognized. But here's the interesting thing I've never encountered before.

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 XP Logitech Headset Drivers G230 I replaced the USBSTOR.INF file with one from my machine. I am now having this problem whith usb sticks on my laptop at home, no idea why. Thank you very much.

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There are also 2 dll files listed - SysFxUI.dll and WMALFXGFXDSP.dllI imagine these drivers from Win7 will NOT work on XP Home. solved USB Headset, Microphone Problem solved Need recommendations for a new USB microphone or headset. Logitech Gaming Headset Drivers Penny :) 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. Logitech Headset Drivers G430 After searching the internet for a resolution found the Microsoft KB892050 which looked a likely Hotfix.

So, that's how MS QA probably missed this bug. More about the author Tried a bunch of things that I won't bother to list - took hours, can't and don't want to remember anymore. After rolling back that schoolboy error via VNC and System Restore, I continued the search for a solution. Very frustrating and I have not been able to find a fix and any of the suggestions that sound like my problem involve complex registry edits which I am not keen Logitech Headset Drivers G930

Chris, Thank you, thank you. Thanks a million Jeremy Thanks guys, My mum had this comment - January 23, 2010 - 6:26am Thanks guys, My mum had this problem on her NEC laptop after installing software I've tried the pnpgreg and it didn't work said it couldnt find it when I got to the last step. http://assistepc.com/headset-driver/logitech-250-headset-driver.php The files and locations are below:- (Storage volumes\\Generic volume) C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\volsnap.sys (USB Mass Storage Device) C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\usbstor.sys Please let me know if it worked..

Thank you to everyone whose comments helped me out. Logitech Usb Microphone Driver Windows 10 Thank you so much. Could the computer be too old?

Its a hidden folder, go to comment - March 13, 2009 - 2:06pm Its a hidden folder, go to Tools, Folder options, View and untick hide protected operating system files and

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 But every time I tried to install the wireless transceiver, a USB device, it would ask me for a driver and then fail to find one. Also, note that the XP Installation CD may call the file USBSTOR.IN_ ...but, in my opinion, they should have really named it USBSTORINF.cab because it is a cabinet file. Logitech Usb Headset H390 Drivers It should run that downloaded file and set some of the permission correctly.

Just don't pee on my rug ;-) Chris my boy i real glad my comment - January 12, 2007 - 3:46am Chris my boy i real glad my flash drive start Eventually I gave her my iPod as a present and she has the same problems when plugging it in. My backup laptop can now go back into mothballs for another year. news 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

You could try installing VNC version on a remote PC or if the machine is XP Professional you may be able to Remotely Enable Remote Desktop. Regards, John I had the same problem. I connected the USB cable from the monitor to my PC and the hardware wizard would find the hardware but could not install it. 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.

Thank you comment - July 20, 2007 - 7:55am Such a simple fix. I guess the hardware wizard was looking in the wrong place for the drivers for some reason. Im running SP3 and am desperate to sort this problem :( Chris I cannot thank you comment - March 10, 2009 - 5:13pm Chris I cannot thank you enough. C:\WINDOWS\inf\USBSTOR.INF is really a cabinet file, but the lower-case named version isn't.

Thanks!! For Windows XP, it is recommended that you update to at least Service Pack 1, if not Service Pack 2.