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If your usb device came with a disk your driver should be there if it didnt control panel admistrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you should see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers or click update driver
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We cannot upload music files from itune in our pc to the ipad v.3.1.1 because the PC does not recognize the USB device in the IPAD when i trouble shoot device manager says 'THERE ARE NO DRIVERS...


Unless it is a rather old pc the drivers will be part of windows. So these will install by default. If not you may need to find the make and model and download the drivers from the manufacturers support site. The drivers may also be on a cd that came with the pc or board.

If the port used to work then the hardware has failed on you. You don't need to replace the pc you can get a fairly cheap USB card to put in it. Should be under $20. It does sound like it is detecting the USB hardware but this can still mean the usb ports are not going to work. Once you track down the drivers and install you will know if you need to get a usb card. The drivers should be all you need if that's the real problem.

Without knowing the brand name or model of pc I can;t tell you what webpage etc to go to. If it is a brand name it should be easy to go to the manufacturers website then go to support then to your models support page and download the usb drivers. It takes longer to type this than to go grab em ;-] If you have a cd that came with the pc it may have the drivers on it. Usually those disappear so you have to go to the support pages.

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(2) Your operating system's name (Windows xp or Windows 7 etc.)

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1. Connect your web cam
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2. Open Device Manager
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If this does not help ou, please let me know. Please send details about your device if you need more help.


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Description:
Windows detected a new device attached to your computer, but could not find the driver software it needs to make the device usable. Each device manufacturer typically includes driver software of a CD that comes with the device, or as a download from its website. The hardware ID of your device is USB\VID_10D6&PID_FF66&REV_0100.
Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: PnPDriverNotFound
Architecture: x86
Hardware Id: USB\VID_10D6&PID_FF66&REV_0100
OS Version: 6.0.6000.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033
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