USB device driver does not recognized by Vista Ultimate 32 bits
Hi , this is the (after doing a clean install) second time that happens i guess, this bug comes from one update. The thing is that after installing SP1 all usb devices that gets connected for the first time, it asks for drivers , after going thru all the troubleshootings including the installation cd or companywise software, Vista Ultimate 32 bits wont recognized. last time i tried to fix the problem with that KB940... etc and after downloaded it gave me a message saying that is only for vista OS , weird . Thanx for the support
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use windows vista drivers with the same 64 or 32 bit as your system which you can see by right clicking my computer and going to properties if that still doesnt work it may not be compatible with windows 7 :(
the usb modem you are using is compatible with windows vista but for that u need to install the driver software ie sxc 1080 vista dialer 32 bits . you can download this software from the tataindicom site which is www.tataindicom.com. windows 98 and vista have different software compatibility.
As you have specified the problem, is ocuuring due to driver of your onboard or external sound card device driver is not well in functioning. Sometimes it happens, when you online updates your driver like, your firmware is designed for designated PPI Audio driver while updating online if the exact driver is not found then it searches the driver for related fetched driver for that device. It causes not to let interface your device with the designated OS.
search for any *.nfo file available in your OS Directory(C:\Windows). Open this .nfo file n then look for Audio device version and manufacturer's name. Search the name followed by exact version on http://google.com for OS vista and then install that driver.
##Be sure about the version of OS are you using. like 64 or 32-bit OS. Download the driver with respect to your OS type(32 or 64-bit)##
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well here is what i was looking for online but couldn't find who make's that. if i was you i would go to the website of who make that tv-usb u728 and see if they have an update for the drivers. If not you can try changing the compatibility of the program it uses not the driver you can't change that go to the program folder that you use and right click it open properties this should open a window now click on the compatibility tab check the box next to run this program in .... make sure it sayes run it in windows xp service pack 2. then hit apply and give it a try. If this doesn't work and they have no new driver's for you i'm sorry but it will not work on vista 64.
If you are using Win XP or Win Vista 32-bit Any edition, it will not ask you for any drivers as it will install the generic usb drivers once you connect the device.
If you are using Vista 64-bit any edition, the you have to get the drivers for Vista 64-bit OS from the manufacturer website.
As an adhoc solution you may try to download drivers for XP SP2, tell the driver installation applet to search for drivers from the folder you downloaded them to when it tells you this driver was not made for Vista tell it to install them anyway. It may not work but as this manufacturer is no longer in the modem biz vista is not supported by them at this time.
Microsoft is pretty picky now-a-days as to which devices are valid for use with the OS. You'll need to check which components are valid with Vista and then pray Compaq submits them to MS to rate them for Vista.
Try and post the audio card make/model next time and I can give a better hit. I'll guess at it for now.
Check this link... for the driver. Here is the link that the EXE above comes from to put in context.
Look for this paragraph in the page "Conexant HD Audio "Waikiki" driver for HP dv1000 and Compaq v2000
series (this is an OLD XP driver that HP apparently thinks is good
enough to post for Vista -- will only work on 32-bit Vista)"