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Re: usb device not recognized
Hi, I'm also of the opinion that in Windows XP, drivers for UHD25-40G are not needed. Also drivers found at http://www.samsungzirex.com/index03.asp more often than not are meant for Win98/SE. However, drivers for your motherboard's USB ports are needed. To confirm USB port are ok, right click on My Computer, go to Properties, click on Hardware, open your Device Manager and check the bottom entry which should say something like Universal Serial Bus controllers. Assuming they are there, there are a couple of things you can try: 1) try plugging your UHD25-40G on the other USB ports (normally there are four, 2 at the back sometimes more and 2 somewhere in front). If this doesn't work but all your other USB devices are detected, then it may be that the UHD25-40G is defective; 2) you can try reinstalling your USB driver from the CD that came with your motherboard or download it from the manufacturer's website (maybe update also); and 3) try the UHD25-40G in another computer (also running XP) and see if it is detected.
What I am curious about is what "box" are you referring to when you wrote "..when i click the box, it says no drivers are installed."
Hope this be of some help and please post how things turn up as well as the model of your motherboard. Regards.
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In most cases, the driver for a printer is supplied when you purchase it. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer to provide the driver along with the device to make sure the working. However, most of the Operating Systems come with native driver support for many known printers. This is the fact we have to take care while purchasing a printer. Even though we misplaced the driver disc, if we purchase a good manufacturer printer, there is a chance to get the native support from Operating System itself. There are some scenarios where printer may not be recognized by the Operating System due to some conflict with other devices. Please follow the troubleshooting steps and check the operation:
Ensure that the supplied USB cable is firmly connected to both the printer and computer side.
Ensure that the USB driver for the printer has been properly installed. Please follow the steps to ensure that:
Turn ON the computer and then printer.
The Add New Hardware Wizard window will appear on the Computer screen.
Click the Nextbutton
Insert the installation CD in to the CD/DVD drive on the Computer.
In the Add New Hardware Wizard window, click to select the CD-ROM drive.
Click the Next button.
In the Finish Setup dialog box, click the Finish button.
If the USB driver for the Printer has already been installed, uninstall and then reinstall the driver.
Follow this procedure to reinstall the device driver using the Device Manager utility. IMPORTANT: This procedure must be performed while logged in as Administrator or to an account with Administrator rights.
Click the Start button, and then click Control Panel.
In the Control Panel window, under Pick a category , double-click the Performance and Maintenance icon.
In the Performance and Maintenance window, under or pick a Control Panel icon, double-click the System icon.
In the System Properties window, click the Hardware tab.
On the Hardware tab, in the Device Manager box, click the Device Manager button.
In the Device Manager window, double-click the category icon of the device to be removed.
Under the Device Manager category, click to select the device to be removed.
On the menu bar, click Action.
On the Action menu, click Uninstall .
In the Confirm Device Removal window, click the OK button.
Restart the computer.
NOTE: For some devices the operating system will display a System Settings Change window. Click the Yes button to restart the computer. When the computer restarts, the operating system will find the device and install the driver. If the operating system is unable to automatically find the driver, have the installation wizard search the C:WINDOWSI386 folder.
Remove and reconnect the printer.
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Try going into your control panel I JUST DID THIS!!!! because i had the same exact problem and it was killing me. Select your systems folder and click hardware you will see driver singing button click it and select "ignore install the software anyways" and that is it. it worked immediately after that simple change.
I have the same problem (on XP, Nikon Scan 3.1.2) ... IF I turn the scanner on before the computer (or turn the scanner on and then reboot) then Nikon Scan recognizes it. Can't say I'm happy with the solution, but it works consistently for me.
Windows 98 is not capable of recornizing the mass storage devices, but windows 2000 and XP, vista has the capability to automatically recognize the USB mass storage devices.
Thats why your Windows 98 is not recognizing. So, to use the mass-storage device like your pen drive you have to install device driver to your windows 98 system for your pendrive.
If you don't have the driver, then goto pendrive manufacturer site, there you can found the driver for your pen-drive for windows 98, download it, and install on your windows 98 system..... n njoy,,... :))
I have a sandisk cruzer, titanium 512mb. Model: SDCZ3 512 I have used this to store massive amounts of data that I frequently need to access. Recently, when I plugged the device into my computer's USB, I received the following message: "USB Device Not Recognized" After double clicking on this message, I got the USB Root Hub. The last item on the tree stated: "Unknown Device." I double-clicked on the unknown device, and in the Device Status box, received the following message: "No Drivers installed for this device.If you are having problems with this device, click Troubleshoot to start the troubleshooter." I attempted to troubleshoot, but the device remains unrecognized. How can I access the data I have stored on this device? I have even tried to install the drivers automatically, but it would not istall succesfully.