Hello there, sorry in advance if this belongs to another section such as External Hardware or Windows 7.
I've been having issues with my USB drivers since I tried updating my drivers on my most recent Win7 reinstall (which is still pretty old).
Everything works fine and the system is surprisingly healthy and fast, but I have the following problems:
- I have 4 frontal USB ports plus Mic & Headphones ports: The 2 USB ports on the left work, the Mic & Headphones ports do NOT work, the 2 USB ports on the right do NOT work.
- I get an instant BSOD whenever I plug in specific USB hardwares. Considering I just purchased a rather expensive one, this is proving to be frustrating. Here's a list of everything I have plugged in so far and the results:
USB Mouse: OK
USB Keyboard: OK
USB Wi-Fi Adapter: OK
Various USB Drives (1 to 16gbs): OK
Internet Dongle: BSOD
External HDD: OK
Playstation Joypad-to-USB Adapter: OK
USB Audio Interface: Not Recognized, but Deactivating and Activating it again from the Device Manager results in a BSOD
- I am unable to put my PC into Sleep Mode. It successfully goes into Sleep Mode, but as soon as I resume activities, I am greeted with a BSOD.
I honestly don't know how to fix this, and I don't want to do further damage, since I'm not sure if overwriting drivers is even a thing (in the case that this is all due to wrong drivers, as I might have just screwed that up).
Can anyone help out with this? If possible, I would really really want to try and avoid formatting, but if it comes to that I get it.
Speccy Snapshot: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/Sb63TgUS0qQIgGvzUsnxNTs
Synastive File Collection: http://puu.sh/Afia8/b59f75a97e.zip
Edited by reverse, 03 May 2018 - 10:22 AM.