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USB devices not detected


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#1 7heRollzRoyce

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Posted 05 August 2009 - 01:54 PM

For the last few months my parents have said they couldn't get any devices connected to the desktop to work including flashdrives, the printer, Iphone, etc. I just joined this forum and while looking through the site I saw a post about WinsecureAv being a misleading program. Sure enough that was what my parents were using to "protect" the computer. I downloaded, updated and ran MBAM. It found and removed 1143 risks.

Now the printer works but I still get this error message when I plug in the flashdrive.

"USB Device not Recognized." "One of the Devices attached to the computer has malfunctioned and Windows does not recognize it."

Any Ideas?

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#2 Trinpim

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 04:38 AM

You can try it in the rear USB port of your desktop, or just go to the device management to check if your coomputer dectect it

#3 ThunderZ

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 06:25 AM

First to make sure the PC is totally clean I would consider posting HERE.

Once possible infections\damage by infections is ruled out hardware issues can be much easier to resolve.




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