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When a user plugs a new USB flash drive into the pc, the computer is suppose to automatically search the drivers, and installs them, as usual, and normal. (system restore does not works on my pc)[email protected], Recently i noticed that my computer does not automatically searches and installs the drivers for Plug-n-Play devices (with no user input), like USB drives, ETC. The computer MUST automatically search and install the driver for any plugged USB ...there's nothing wrong with the current hardware configuration/drivers..windows only need to be told NOT ask the user to manually find the drivers to install the new hardware plugged in to the computer...
Does anyone knows what has changed that created this? I have to manually choose the driver for the USB Device(s), which ca be a gamble if you choose the wrong one, and annoying, and frustrating. I have been working with computer for years now..if i knew the answer, i would not even bother asking this question on forums..needs the attention oo some VERY SPECIALIZED PEOPLE that have EXPERT knowledge in the Windows XP OS. I am having the same problem and its driving me nuts I tried cleaning the inf cache and still nothing...
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changed it to '%System Root%\inf' and voila, i am able to access the usb fix was perfect, after many hours of trying to update drivers for usb devices in winxp. I found some more information about removing those pesky residual keys from the registry that sysprep can leave behind."
catid=36&threadid=86870&enterthread=y"well, in case anyone else found this page on Google like me, here's the solution that worked for me:make the following reg changes: HKLM\SYSTEM\Setup Audit In Progress = 0cmd Line = "setup -newsetup"Factory Pre Install In Progress = 0Mini Setup In Progress = 0Setup Type = 0 //this one is important!!!
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