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Windows 7: All USB storage devices CRASH windows

28 Oct 2009   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

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OK, where did you get your Win 7?
And do you have the latest BIOS?
Windows 7 worked fine for at least a month before yesterday it froze then epic hours of repairs.
Interesting information! Didn't you say that we have all info we need in your query?

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28 Oct 2009   #12

Windows 7 64-bit

I'm a sad lonely 15 yr old that's angry, i had explained it too much i didn't feel like explaining anymore. Helpppppppppppp
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22 Nov 2009   #13

Windows 7 Beta 64 Bit

USB flash drives are crashing my Windows 7 64 bit system as well. Have the latest drivers for everything. Using Foxxconn destroyer MB, Phenom II x4 0940, and 8GB ram. After using the flash drive for a bit in the system I get duplicate screens (dual monitors) and then a blue screen. Happens every time I use a USb flash drive.
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26 Nov 2009   #14

windows 7
mass storage controller driver windows 7

When I tried to connect my HP LaserJet 1012 printer I found that HP didn't provide MS with the driver for Windows 7. Thru forum help I was able to connect by downloading the driver for 3055PCL5 (DOT4) and Printer Wizard did the rest. Worked great.

However yesterday the printer connected to the pc but would not print the data. I eventually found that the mass storage controller didn't have the appropriate driver. When I tried to "Update Drivers", I had no luck in finding the driver.

Bearing in mind that I am not as computer-savvy as the posters on this forum, can anyone help with this problem?

Thx in advance.
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