RE: All drivers won't auto install
I had the same problem. You can uninstall and reinstall the drivers but it
makes no difference. When you plug in the USB device it asks for drivers
I'm not sure what I did or if Vista sorted it out but it finally after a
couple of weeks it came good. I don't have the problem with any of my USB
devices any more.
> Maybe the build-in USB driver are corrupted, I think you can reload USB
> driver by uninstalling all of the USB items under "universal Serial Bus
> controllers" in the device manager.
> Good luck.
> "Teliara" wrote:
> > Hi
> > I've been having an ongoing problem with Vista 32bit OS.
> > When ever I attach a new device, be it mouse, keyboard, 360 extender,
> > joystick, anything basically. I get 'device detected', I then choose to let
> > windows find the drivers automaticly. The problem is that it never finds
> > them. I then have to choose the show me other options and select the browse
> > option.
> > Now this happens with microsoft products like the MS Keyboard and XBox 360
> > Extender. Which should install without a problem.
> > Although this never used to happen when I first installed Vista, it did
> > start happening shortly after. As much as it is a pain in the backside I can
> > live with it.
> > Except for when it happens when trying to setup my XBox 360 as an Extender.
> > Windows Media Center does not give you enough time while you fart about
> > waiting for the auto install driver to search windows update for around 60
> > secs, then ask you to browse for the driver in the System 32 folder etc, then
> > the search. I have just enough time to install the first driver then it asks
> > me to install 2 more. During which WMC times out, thus failing the Extender
> > setup.
> > I know this is not how vista is supposed to work and I was wondering if I
> > have disabled some feature somewhere along the line.
> > Thanks in advance for any help given.