Re: USB device recognition in Ultimate
Reinstalling windows solved the problem
"Gustavo Guerra" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have the exact same problem.Windows locates the drivers if I specify
>C:\Windows\System32 but then says:
> Windows found driver software for your device but encountered an error
> attempting to install it.
> USB Mass Storage Device
> The system cannot find the file specified.
> This happens with two different pen drives and my digital camera. Deleting
> infcache didn't work
> I have Vista Ultimate 64-bit edition, my motherboard is an Asus P5B-VM,
> and I have installed the latest drivers and bios.
> Can anybody help please?
> Gustavo Guerra
> "freddy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Some folks have had good fortune in resolving problems such as you have
>> deleting the INFCACHE.1 file. It's located at C:\Windows\inf (scroll
>> down to
>> the file). It's OK to delete the file even when it has nothing to do
>> the problem. This file can cause Windows to receive false information
>> installing and recognizing hardware. I that move doesn't help, or if it
>> does, post back. People want to know.
>> "jimboh1" wrote:
>>> I've recently installed ultimate on a dual-core board and am now having
>>> problems with the boards' rear USB connectors- everytime I plug ANYTHING
>>> one Vista asks me for the device's driver. This is happening with
>>> things like pen/flashdrives as well as more complec items, which are
>>> recognized without difficulty on 2 installs of Home Premium without
>>> difficulty. I am the only account on the PC, therefore an ADMIN
>>> ANyone know how to fix this? It's becoming very frustruating!
>>> Thanks in advance,