|01 Feb 2010||#1|
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Device Manager-Generic volume
Got a Studio Mini-Tower, Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 with Windows 7 Home Premium but since my office is on a domain and I had an Ultimate license, I formatted the drive and installed it. Things seem to be smooth after one week with the exception.....the storage volumes in Device Manager show the yellow mark you don't want to see. Some say Roxio Said and one says unknown device.
After uninstalling them and rebooting, it's now back to just 'generic volume'.
My printer, via USB works fine but I did have problems with my USB thumb drives. It's now working but, if I go to Computer Management I can see it but can do nothing with any thumb drive. It tells me the DIsk Management Console is not up to date. Can't change drive letters or anything else with it.
I tried to update the drivers but it said the best ones were already installed. I uninstalled them and reinstalled them with no luck.
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