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Windows 2000 DH61CR USB Driver BSOD

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#1 rsdunker


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Posted 25 May 2011 - 12:00 AM

Yeah I know, it's crazy to be trying to install win 2000. I work at a computer company and one of our clients wants me to try and get this working to run a massive vinyl cutter. The vinyl cutter runs via parallel port but the license for the software is on a usb key and needs to be connected at all times to validate the software.

I have installed win 2000 sp2 and then installed sp4. I am trying to get USB support and as soon as I install the USB drivers included with SP4 I get blue screens during windows loading. Anyone have any tips or ideas to either get usb working or a work around for the situation?

To get the drivers to update I go to update drivers in device manager and uncheck all search sources and it finds updated drivers in the win system32/drivers folder and installs them.

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