USB Device/Driver issues . . . .?!!



SJxsn13
07-10-2005, 01:57 AM
Having problems with my USB (network adapter)device. I tried uninstalling and
rebooting and going through the whole "Found New Hardware Wizard" process -
to no avail ?! I tried installing 'automatically' (the recommended way) =
didn't work. I tried installing from the Installation Disk (the advanced
option) = didn't work. I get conflicting messages about my USB device: 1.
It says - "Following Hardware (USB Device) is already installed on your
computer." and 2. "Hardware not installed because Wizard cannot find
the necessary Software." There is a definate problem regarding the "device
drivers." When I go to the USB Device Properties - under Driver Details - it
says that there are no drivers loaded for this device. I have tried
installing the USB device (as well as the drivers) from the manufacturer's
disk - it says right on the installation CD, "Designed for Microsoft /
WindowsXP" and I get a couple of different messages: 1. Specified location
does not contain information about your hardware. and 2. Unable to find
any drivers for this device. And, lastly, under "current status" I get a
message that states: Device not configured correctly (Code 1) and there are
big, yellow exclamation points all over the place . . . . HELP!!

Treeman
07-10-2005, 01:57 AM
SJxsn13,
Please let us know what brand & model your usb networking device is.
SP2 drivers sometimes take over for the drivers supplied by the
vendor.
Then the device quits working.
Best,
Treeman


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RobeD232
07-10-2005, 01:58 AM
I have recently moved to new address,and with my sympatico high speed i
already had a all in one printer at old location.I,m now attempying to use my
printer at this new address that i moved to, but when attempting to use or
re-install my information, i keep getting a message about having no spool
service???,what could have changed during our move other than our PH#,and
where can i find this spool service???.I,ve been directed in 3 different
manners now to control panel & such but nothing concerning this particular
subject is found>spool service<.If you could help me i would appreciate it
greatly!,thank-you for your time & have a nice day.

"SJxsn13" wrote:

> Having problems with my USB (network adapter)device. I tried uninstalling and
> rebooting and going through the whole "Found New Hardware Wizard" process -
> to no avail ?! I tried installing 'automatically' (the recommended way) =
> didn't work. I tried installing from the Installation Disk (the advanced
> option) = didn't work. I get conflicting messages about my USB device: 1.
> It says - "Following Hardware (USB Device) is already installed on your
> computer." and 2. "Hardware not installed because Wizard cannot find
> the necessary Software." There is a definate problem regarding the "device
> drivers." When I go to the USB Device Properties - under Driver Details - it
> says that there are no drivers loaded for this device. I have tried
> installing the USB device (as well as the drivers) from the manufacturer's
> disk - it says right on the installation CD, "Designed for Microsoft /
> WindowsXP" and I get a couple of different messages: 1. Specified location
> does not contain information about your hardware. and 2. Unable to find
> any drivers for this device. And, lastly, under "current status" I get a
> message that states: Device not configured correctly (Code 1) and there are
> big, yellow exclamation points all over the place . . . . HELP!!

SJxsn13
07-10-2005, 01:58 AM
The USB device that I am trying to install is a Comcast network adapter. I
guess the brand would be "LinkSys - Wireless-B" and there is a model number
"WUSB11" on the front of the installation disk. (There is also some
other information on the face of the disk: >> "2.4GHz" >> "Setup Wizard /
ver. 2.0" >> and "802.11b" . . . I don't know if any of that information
is necessary, but that is everything on the front of the disk!!)

"Treeman" wrote:

>
> SJxsn13,
> Please let us know what brand & model your usb networking device is.
> SP2 drivers sometimes take over for the drivers supplied by the
> vendor.
> Then the device quits working.
> Best,
> Treeman
>
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Treeman
07-10-2005, 01:58 AM
SJxsn13,
This is what I found on installation for your adapter, the .ver 2.0
drivers may have been updated by Windows Update.
Follow the steps in the "answer" column for setup;
'WUSB11' (http://tinyurl.com/a6ept)


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SJxsn13
07-10-2005, 01:58 AM
I guess the biggest problem that I'm having is that the USB device that I'm
trying to install is the one that allows me to get onto the internet. If I
can't get onto the internet how do I download the updated drivers? I am also
getting a message that states I have a network cable unplugged, but I've
checked . . . . and I see that everything is connected correctly ?! It's
starting to drive me crazy . . . . !!

"Treeman" wrote:

>
> SJxsn13,
> This is what I found on installation for your adapter, the .ver 2.0
> drivers may have been updated by Windows Update.
> Follow the steps in the "answer" column for setup;
> 'WUSB11' (http://tinyurl.com/a6ept)
>
>
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Treeman
07-10-2005, 01:58 AM
SJxsn13,
Might I suggest a thumb drive. 128mb. PNY is pretty cheap. You can go
to a friends house that has a running internet connection, download the
driver, and even run it (install) off the thumb drive.
Best,
Treeman


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