I lost several drivers and i dont know what to do to restore them. i have no sound,my usb ports wont work and there are some other drivers that dont work but im not sure what they control.please help!!!
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Well, before anything else, try scanning with a different antivirus app; like Malware Bytes or SuperAntiSpyware. Other than that, the sudden loss of both of those systems sounds to me like a MoBo problem. If you have a system restore point, try using that to rule any software installation out. If in fact is is the mobo, and you have to recover your data; you still have options. You can upload all of your important files to an online storage system; some of which, like Windows Live Skydrive are free, and others, like Mozy backup, are paid. You could also remove the harddrive, and use it in a hard-drive dock, attached to another computer, to browse the drives contents, and recover the important data before you restore the OS; the last ditch effort before replacing the mobo.
reinstall your usb controllers and handlers off the factory system disk that came with your system..something corrupted the files somewhere ...system restore wont replace deleted system files only restore user settings when you put the disk in it will have a section to restore drivers...select usb and reinstall then restart the system
go into the system restore and choose a date when the usb ports were working then let it go thru its process of restoring. It will restart and then test the usb ports then, if you still can't get them to work then that means the motherboard is bad.
Sounds like you have a faulty hard drive. Can you see or detect the hard drive in the BIOS?
To test the hard drive, remove it from the laptop and connect it to a USB hard drive adapter and plug it into a working computer's USB port. If this computer sees it as an external hard drive and you can open the various folders and files, then it os OK and the fault is in the laptop.
If the hard drive is faulty, then you need to replace the hard drive in the laptop and install Windows to get the laptop working again.
This sound like a operating system corruption. You will have to install the windows disc and try to do a repair of the system. If the repair fails and you cannot get the sound to work. You will have to reinstall windows. These corruptions happen due to downloading programs that do not work well with the operating system. You can try removing all the new programs, you installed before the problem appeared.See if that returns the sound operation to normal. If not you can also try a restore windows to a earlier set-up with the windows restore point. If Have done a back-up of your system.This may also restore the sound to normal operation. If all this fails you probably have a bad motherboard that has lost the functional operation of the sound circuits. You may need a new motherboard. If this is the problem. You can go on the motherboard maker website and look into the frequently asked questions and troubleshooting sections and see if this is a known problem with you motherboard model. See if they have a solution. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
first thing i would do would be to make sure you plug the cable first into the usb port with the camera off then turn on the camera, see if it is recognized by the computer. If not the next step is to check your usb driver to make sure it is working. Try some other usb device. If it is recognized then i would make sure you have seated the memory card properly in the camera as well as the cable. I know that sounds dumb but that little usb cable to the camera has to be well seated. You may have to update your driver for the usb port.