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hidus.sys for my windows xp


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diviana

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hello. im new here and i am not that good with computers :)
i bought a keyboard for my laptop cause its bigger and longer but when i plugged it in to the us port says i need hidus.sys .now once i had a virus that made most system32 files crack and when i installed the antivirus, of course damaged files were deleted
i need to download hidus.sys for my windows xp laptop and i dont know where to find it
where can i find one to download free?
help please?
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Try this link

http://www.dll-downl...hidusb.sys.html
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It's hidusb.sys not hidus.sys. It's on your Windows CD as HIDUSB.SY_. You need to expand it with...

expand CD-ROM drive:\i386\HIDUSB.SY_ drive:\windows\system32\drivers

For example, type the following:
expand d:\i386\HIDUSB.SY_ c:\windows\system32\drivers
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thank you... now it says i need kbdhid.sys .. man and i ouldnt find it onsystem32 windows drivers
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It's hidusb.sys not hidus.sys. It's on your Windows CD as HIDUSB.SY_. You need to expand it with...

expand CD-ROM drive:\i386\HIDUSB.SY_ drive:\windows\system32\drivers

For example, type the following:
expand d:\i386\HIDUSB.SY_ c:\windows\system32\drivers


please rememer my key thing isnt working properly so not all the letter show :) i meant hidusb.sys

still now that i have it the kbdhid.sys is missing and i ouldnt find it at all... i found a kbdclass.sys
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Try this link

http://www.sysfiles-...kbdhid.sys.html
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a troyan came from that link :S

Edited by diviana, 23 October 2011 - 05:10 PM.

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a troyan came from that link :S


I downloaded it before I suggested it and did not find any trojan attach to it or any other problems I scanned it with 3 different programs and still no problems, so I am very sorry if you contracted anything from that link.
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a troyan came from that link :S


I downloaded it before I suggested it and did not find any trojan attach to it or any other problems I scanned it with 3 different programs and still no problems, so I am very sorry if you contracted anything from that link.



i dont think its your link.. i think its the antivirus that sends alarms... i didnt get any troule... just a ig sary alarm antivirus :)
im trying to get winzip so i a unzip that file without alarms
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i finally installed it so im very happy now every letter shows when i type on my new keyboard
the links work. it WAS the antivirus the problem.
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Glad to hear eveything is up and working,

Happy computing.
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