I've had my new computer almost a year now with this problem and it was the only one in the office of over 200 computers that did this. Make note of any warnings or alerts that chkdsk prints. The "NTDETECT failed" error should now be fixed as your PC begins to load:Windows, booting up successfully. When I tried to reinstall the USB device drivers, it disabled the mouse and keyboard. http://comvurgent.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-on-modern-hardware.html
But each time I run this program it says I still need to update them. I've been searching for a solution to this problem since June of 2007. The INF suggestion works great. Austin Evans 1,160,923 views 3:35 Repair and Fix Hard Drive and Disk Errors - Duration: 5:39.
Sayed Hameed Ebrahim 6,589 views 2:51 How to Find and Install Drivers for Unknown Devices Using Hardware ID - Duration: 5:12. I tried pointing the hardware wizard to c:\windows\inf but it still would not find a suitable driver. comment - December 27, 2006 - 11:11pm With this problem, It seems you can't switch ports with the already installed devices.
Crikey for my first post its a bit pleading and a bit of a essay. Since that time I cannot install my digital camera for photos, card reader, or even a memory stick via the usb points at the back of my computer. (which usually shows So many thanks for the thread and the tips. A Problem Occurred During Hardware Installation Your Hardware Might Not Work Properly When a new USB device was plugged in, the ADD NEW HARDWARE wizard would appear asking if I wanted to search the internet for a driver.
Ask a question and give support. Usb Drivers Not Installing Automatically Windows 7 What SP came on the machine? Chris, Thank you, thank you. Using SubInACL For Windows XP Home Edition (and Professional Edition), you may use the SubInACL tool to reset the registry and file permissions.
Registered number: 03930239. Device Driver Software Was Not Successfully Installed Usb There are a lot of people out here with this problem, it amazes me Microsoft hasn’t jumped in with a fix. I have tried searching for drivers in various Windows directories. In the end I got to try all these steps which didn't work: - installing the driver - reinstalling it - I found out that a mondll.dll is causing the problem
I have exactly the same probelm as outlined above. Thanks a million Jeremy Thanks guys, My mum had this comment - January 23, 2010 - 6:26am Thanks guys, My mum had this problem on her NEC laptop after installing software A Problem Occurred During Hardware Installation Windows Xp Just about a week ago I installed and it installed perfectly fine. (I used a different Windows XP CD & a different DVD drive then). How To Stop Found New Hardware Wizard Windows Xp I did this before I remembered my mouse/keyboard were usb DOH!
Just make sure to check if it is a cabinet file or not. check over here I copied the usb.inf file from another XP box on my network, and voila, the new mouse and keyboard transceiver booted up just fine. If Windows isn't finding the driver, you may have to reinstall Windows despite your reluctance to do so.Click to expand... What should i do? Failed To Install Usb Inf File Vmware
Register Now - It's Free! Did I miss a step? By the way, since my laptop has installed the devices OK can I copy the drivers from there - if so, how? http://comvurgent.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-installation-cd-iso.html Save, reboot and try Windows XP setup CD. –Robert Kerr Nov 18 '10 at 14:56 | show 1 more comment up vote 3 down vote Try removing all the non critical
The first of these is marked as "driver is not up to date" but the other 2 are OK. Windows Usb Troubleshooter A7N8X2.0) is not listed on the manufacturer’s site (presumably because it is a “special” manufactured for Mesh) so I can’t search for updates. Why in the world the critical usb.inf file went AWOL is beyond me.
I tried two known good windows XP CD installs. But here's the interesting thing I've never encountered before. I was actually referring to this setting. –claws Nov 17 '10 at 17:07 @Robert Kerr: OK. Usb Device Not Recognized Windows Xp And then, he said: Try this as well.http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;810509 Download that tool.
I am now having this problem whith usb sticks on my laptop at home, no idea why. That's another clue. secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\repair\secsetup.inf /db secsetup.sdb /verbose For more information, see article How to reset security settings back to the defaults. weblink Stop 0x000000CA means that a fatal Plug and Play error has occurred.
Every time I try to install or use the usb point I get the message 'Found new hardware - cannot install this hardware. Here is an example of what the PC's console output should look like once contig.exe is done defragmenting the NTDETECT.com file:Defragmenting the NTDETECT.COM file Fix #3: Using chkdsk to repair Thanks, though I have been comment - September 8, 2008 - 3:54am Thanks, though I have been using the keyboard for everything for 3 days now LOL. Loading...
I recently bought comment - January 21, 2009 - 11:23pm Lifesaver! comment - February 12, 2008 - 10:02pm Bloodyyyyyyyyyy Fantastic. All was running fine when i unplugged my usb hub, mouse etc to take the laptop upstairs, once i wanted to plug it back in, nada, nothing was recognized. You could try installing VNC version on a remote PC or if the machine is XP Professional you may be able to Remotely Enable Remote Desktop.
When booting from the disk.. Staff Online Now crjdriver Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Said it didn't contain any driver information files.