There is a fix for nforce boards the specs are listed on the page : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976972 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060
The filter one has been working for some people but I'm not sure the first one should be used as its problem specific, but if you setup up a restore point you would be safe to try it I guess. I wouldnt recomend it though as its usb related - only as a last ditch attempt to fix it maybe. All i can tell you is its related to the storage driver, and you might be better of trying the latest nforce chipset drivers if the filter one doesnt work - use a restore point for it also, or export the folder in the registry. http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
Another suggestion might be to try a earlier version of the chipset drivers that shipped with the PC - go to your motherboards site or if you have a laptop go to the manufactures site - support- downloads - type in or select from a list the name of your mobo or laptop.
You could try the xp or vista drivers - to resolve the OS mismatch to get them to install do the following - also set up a restore point -
To install a driver OR program in compatibility mode - right click the setup.exe file - click properties - click compatibility - check run in compatibility with vista/xp etc - check run as administrator - leave the rest blank. Start setup.exe and install.