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Major USB driver problem

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that would mean i would have to go into each program folder or program and save all that config info....AWESOME......i have a fun night ahead of me. thanx again, i'll update you asap.
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My suggestion is to try to troubleshoot only the failure you're having right now... and that's using any USB device on your computer.

After you install windows, connect a USB device to your computer. Do not use any device that requires a driver other than what's natively installed by windows. If the device works, remove it and restart your computer to see if you see the problem again. Uhhh... be sure not to use the Logitech mouse, please! :tazz:

Do not install any 3rd party driver or programs.

Edited by makai, 14 March 2006 - 01:51 PM.

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