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My USB driver

Goodmorning Ekse

(Figured i might post it as a new question, so you can be awarded with a "FIXYA!" for all your trouble)

You posted yesterday that if i had any further problems, i should just aks you, so well here goes:

My USB isnt working in the left side of my laptop, i suppose its the:

"8. USB-controller (Universal Serial Bus) PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2836&SUBSYS_30CC103C&REV_03\3&B1BFB68&0&EF" ???

You know how to solve that?

Thanks again

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  • Johny16 Aug 17, 2008

    I have installed the touchpad and the wireless assistant already

    ALL the error codes to the right of my devices is "The drivers for this device is not installed"

    Thank you, donwloading the Quick launch buttons as we speak

  • Johny16 Aug 17, 2008

    Thank you dude, managed to figure it out myself, i thnk thats all, thanks a ton for all your help!


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I'l look into the usb ports, but one thing I have figured out.

You need to download HP Quick Launch Buttons your missing the driver it provides, saw it yesterday.

thats available here

while your at it you could install the touchpad driver from the same page and also the wireless assistant.

Looking into it now.

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

  • Ekse Aug 17, 2008

    also if you look into the msinfo32 whats the error code next to the usb controller?

  • Ekse Aug 18, 2008

    hmm i wonder why this is rated as not rated? can you rate again? thanks


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