I cannot get usb to work when i install xp on computer
In device manager there are no usb listed. Do i need to install another driver. I cannot connect to the unternet on this pc as i use a usb wireless connection and the network card does not have a driver installed either.
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1. Check if the webcam driver is installed. go to Device Manager, if your computr have Vista/7 you can type "Device Manager" in the start search box in the start menu and click on Device Manager in the results list at the top. If you have XP, right click on the "My Computer" icon then Properties, from the System Properties windows go to the "Hardware" tab then from there click on the Device Manager button.
2. Once Device Manager is open, look for "Imaging Devices" click on the small + sign to expand the view and check if your webcam is listed there, if it doesn't come up or if it does and have a red "X" on it, we will need to reinstall the driver to fix it.
3. Most HP/Compaq notebook computers have a "Recovery" partition. We can reinstall all bundled programs and drivers from there. For Vista/7, type "Recovery Manager" in the search box, for XP look for the Recovery Manager in the Programs Menu.
4. When the Recovery Manager program loads, select "Hardware/Driver Reinstallation". A list of all drivers will be listed, look for the webcam driver. Follow the on screen instructions for installation.
5. When installation finishes, the computer might restart automatically or if it doesn't restart the computer.
Go to the Device Manager, and locate either a question mark, or an "X" mark on one component. Double click on it, another window will come up.
At the bottom change the option for something like: "use this device"...or something like that.
Plug the USB again, and this time let it complete the installation.
Most computers having XP programme don't require usb drivers, because the are already installed. Go to the my computer, click on view system infomation, click on device manager, check in the list for usb. double click on the usb, and a smal window opens, click driver on it, and on the same window click reinstall the drivers. These should work. Thanks
The USB controller driver for Windows XP is a Native XP driver. If you have a problem with it, boot to the safe mode, go to device manager, remove the controller from list, make sure all USB devices are disconnected (Keyboard and Mouse excepted) reboot and let the controller re-detect.
If that doesn't work, then try a repair install of XP
For that you have to uninstall all usb drivers from computer then it automatic installed. Right click on my computer icon then click on property then click on hardware then device manager. In
device manager you can see all driver list.Go to usb controllers then
uninstall all usb driver 1 by 1 when you right click on usb driver
click on uninstall. Then restart computer then check. If still face same issue then right click on my computer icon then click on manage then go to disk management Then removable storage check you find there your drive if you find then explorer it. Also check in bios that USB Legacy 2.0 is enabled.
Right-click My Computer on the Windows desktop and then
Click the Device Manager tab to display the Device Manager
window as shown at the right. (For Windows 2000 systems, click the Hardware
tab and then the Device Manager button.
In the Device Manager list, click the + sign next to Universal
serial bus controller.
Verify that a USB host controller and a USB root hub are listed below Universal
If Universal serial bus controller, USB host controller or USB root hub
are not listed, close the Device Manager and go to USB port incorrectly configured
If Universal serial bus controller, USB host controller and USB root hub
are listed but one or more display a yellow exclamation point, go to USB controller
If you have Windows XP, right-click the Host Controller and select
Properties from the drop-down menu. If you see this status message in the
Properties window: The drivers for this device are not installed (code 28),
go to Windows XP USB 2.0 driver not installed .
If Universal serial bus controller, USB host controller and USB root hub
are listed but one or more display a red X, go to USB controller or root hub
disabled in Windows Device Manager.
port incorrectly configured in BIOS
NOTE: The procedure in this section is intended for advanced users only. Incorrect
BIOS settings could prevent your computer from starting or operating normally.
If you are not experienced in making changes to your computer BIOS, consult
your computer instructions or contact your computer manufacturer for assistance
before attempting the steps below.
Follow the instructions of your computer to view the BIOS settings. These
settings are sometimes called CMOS settings or system setup.
To view the BIOS settings, press a key, such as F2 or Delete, just after
you turn on the computer. Instructions often appear on the screen briefly
when you turn on the computer. Also check the instructions and manuals provided
with your computer.
Look for USB Interface or a similar setting in the Advanced Setup,
Peripheral Configuration or another section of your computer
Follow the onscreen instructions or read the computer documentation to enable
the USB port.
Follow the onscreen instructions to save the new settings and restart the
I first found that when I plugged my player into my computer it
registered it as a MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) device and in turn
never showed up as a storage device on my computer. I fixed this by
going into my Control Panel -> System Icon -> Hardware Tab ->
Device Manager button.
Clicking on the “System Devices” tab should have “Walkman” or MTP
device. Right click on it and go to properties, now before doing
anything it should say “Location — —— Location 0 (Walkman)” if not try
unplugging the walkman and see if the MTP device you’re looking at is
removed from the list, just to make sure it’s the right device we’re
If you’ve confirmed it’s the Walkman, click on the “Driver tab” and
click on “Update Driver…”. Then click on the “Install from a list or a
specific location (Advanced)” option and click “Next”. Now select the
“Don’t search. I will choose the driver to install.” and click next. It
should now bring up 2 driver choices, one being “MTP Device” and the
other “USB Mass Storage Device”. Select the USB option and select next,
it will then install your walkman as a USB storage device and after
that’s done. It should be a matter of unplugging and plugging the
Walkman back in and it should show up on your storage options in “My