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Driver Errors

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#1 Comicjeenyus


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Posted 05 February 2008 - 07:32 PM

I am having problems loading software for USB items. I had a malware problem, so I've scanned with HiJackthis,Spybot S&D,fraudfix,Spyware Doctor,and Panda, but I still can't get my system to accept a new driver for USB ports ( a flash drive and digital camera). Any ideas? I followed your protocols that you had given another user, but I need to know where to find my logs and reports...

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#2 syunichi


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Posted 05 February 2008 - 09:02 PM

Hi, does the error say about "Windows cant recognize your hardware" thing? Or does it just do nothing? This is a method you can try first

:thumbsup: View how many partitions you have. Like if you have E: as a CD-ROM, you might wanna try F: for viewing inside your USB pendrive, flash drive. Type the "F:" inside the address bar above the explorer.

:trumpet: You might want to try START>Run> type CMD > Type F: . Just maybe an autorun.inf file inside your flash drive or pendrive making it unaccessible.

Try it, it might work. Good luck :flowers:
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