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DaBunBun

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Hello, I'm having issues with my usb/drivers. The problem is that any device i put in, does not get detected. I tried the uninstall usb/reboot computer but the usb's still do not work. This may be caused by the rundll error that i am now getting. The rundll error is set up like this

heading: RUNDLL
body: Error Loading
The specified module could not be found.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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wannabe1

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Hello DaBunBun...

Have you installed SP2 from Windows Update? Many times this will clear up USB problems.

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DaBunBun

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Hmm ill try to update my windows and see what that does, but im fairly sure that i have sp2 installed.


update: I did have sp2, and i fully updated. Now i have no rundll error, but the usb drives don't work. Im going to sleep now, but ill try the uninstall/reboot tomarrow.

Edited by DaBunBun, 30 December 2005 - 01:48 AM.

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I still have the problem, wondering if anyone could give a second opinion.
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