USB Driver - General Fix for Problems

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  1. Posts : 1,524
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #10

    bens888 said:
    hi pooch,
    do you mind including or linking the solution i posted for the 'BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER' BSOD in your post? it's probably the correct solution for CAGW's problem.

    i assume this specific BSOD will be fairly popular the next few months, because it's related to win 7 sp1 installation.

    thanks
    I asked someone to move it, you can now find it here; https://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...iver-bsod.html I think it is better in this location as it shows itself as a BSOD
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  2. Posts : 10
    win 7 Home Prm x64
       #11

    pooch said:
    bens888 said:
    hi pooch,
    do you mind including or linking the solution i posted for the 'BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER' BSOD in your post? it's probably the correct solution for CAGW's problem.

    i assume this specific BSOD will be fairly popular the next few months, because it's related to win 7 sp1 installation.

    thanks
    I asked someone to move it, you can now find it here; https://www.sevenforums.com/crash-loc...iver-bsod.html I think it is better in this location as it shows itself as a BSOD
    thx!
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  3. Posts : 6
    Windows 7 Professionnal x64
       #12

    Thank you so much pooch for this great tutorial!

    I had BSOD because of some obscure USB driver problem. I think my mouse was the problem.

    I've rebooted one hour ago and I have the feeling that my problem is solved - which is great because I have to finish my Master degree Thesis for tomorrow!

    I wish you all the best for the future!

    Take care,
    Laurent
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  4. Posts : 1,524
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #13

    laurent said:
    Thank you so much pooch for this great tutorial!

    I had BSOD because of some obscure USB driver problem. I think my mouse was the problem.

    I've rebooted one hour ago and I have the feeling that my problem is solved - which is great because I have to finish my Master degree Thesis for tomorrow!

    I wish you all the best for the future!

    Take care,
    Laurent
    Good I am glad we have been able to help you and good luck with your thesis
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  5. Posts : 2
    windows 7 ultimate
       #14

    i had 3 that did not install but i will plug something else in but the ones that did not install do i just plug in another usb devie or do i goto device manager and uninstall just the ones that are faded and restart my com

    i think i know what usb is giving me the trouble i think it is my webcam it says that it detects it as a usb webcam when it is builtin

    thank you pooch for your help it was appreciated very much it all went through without a hitch but i just cant figure out why my builtin webcam on my laptop come up as a usb webcam do you have any ideas it would be great
    Last edited by Brink; 04 Dec 2011 at 10:42. Reason: merged consecutive posts
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  6. Posts : 1,524
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
    Thread Starter
       #15

    Yes I have seen this sort problem before where a USB Wlan device comes up as a CDRom and I do not know why. The best suggestion I have for you is to try updating the webcam drivers, it may be wise to uninstall the web cam in Device Manager before doing this.
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  7. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Starter
       #16

    After two days, and probably ten hours of fiddling, experimentation, a great deal of swearing and an immense amount of frustration, this thread got things working in only a few minutes.

    Thank you very much for posting it.

    I was having problems getting my new Windows 7 Netbook (an Acer Aspire One D257) to see my Garmin GPSMAP 62s unit. I've used it previously under Windows XP and Linux with no problems, it just appears as a mass storage device, so in principle doesn't need any clever drivers.

    It doesn't seem to be an uncommon issue for this to happen, and rather oddly Windows seem to find the device, and then disconnect it before you can use it.

    So after going through this procedure once, it found the device happily, and loaded up the drivers and now works. :)

    Given that I'm currently 5000 miles away from home, with no easy access to equipment that may have helped me solve this, and I wanted to install some maps onto the GPS unit, so I could find my way arouind, this is wonderfuly useful to me.

    So thanks for a very clear description of what to do. Given the somewhat involved nature of some of the steps, I don't believe there is any way I would have worked that out myself.
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  8. Posts : 9
    Home Premium x64
       #17

    eh


    so I went through the first part of the steps all dandy.
    However, when searching the computer for INFCACHE nothing comes up.
    I am getting so frustrated at this.
    I have a Dell (that probably the problem) Inspiron M5010
    If I plug a mouse in it doesn't work and after about 10 seconds the computer will freeze I have to force restart.
    If I plug in a wireless mouse before I turn it on, it will work, but after close to a minute the computer will " Find New Hardware" try to re-install the working mouse, and then it freezes again.

    *****
    I found it in the driver store.

    Now it says I need admin to do it, which I am. I hate windows so much...
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  9. Posts : 294
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
       #18

    Would you recommend DriveCleanup V0.8.1?

    It seems to do the same thing, although I always prefer to do things manually. Has anyone tried this program before?
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  10. Posts : 1
    windows 7 64 bit
       #19

    where do i find the INFCACHE.1,,,, what do you mean by uninstall? you mean that i will uninstall all the USB ports on my LAptop then the INFCACHE.1 will appear? sorry im just a newbie for this problem please help me
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