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TechNet I need that Voyager to go FAT32 and most recently I have tried using Fat32Formatter or FAT32Format and Partition Magic doesn't format USB's and the list of failures goes on. I've tried deleting drivers, USB entries in Device Manager, etc., and then rebooting, but Vista always comes back with "Windows couldn't find driver software for your device". That poster has most likely fixed the problem now, or moved on.Mark Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - doesn't work by CM_FTL / October 28, 2010 11:21 PM http://hosting3.net/windows-vista/vista-won-t-work-and-recovery-cd-won-t-work.html

Proffitt Forum moderator / October 29, 2010 12:53 AM PDT In reply to: doesn't work As this is the XP forum the solutions for XP may not apply. by R. If I can't resolve this in another 48 hours, the computer goes back to the store for a refund. USB ports don't recognize my 2 mice (Microsoft and Logitech)."Best of luck in recovery.Bob Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - USB ports not working? see this

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I've been using it all day fine. Thanks,Bruce Atlanta, GA Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - USB woes! Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Same issue same laptop by garethsrob / January 28, 2008 5:11 AM PST In reply to: Strange... Windows Vista Recovery Disk Download 32 Bit Free Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - I'm new and just wasted 3 days of my life...

Will keep working on it and let you know if I have any luck. Yet again this month, a customer has arrived with Windows showing faulty USB in Device Manager. . . . It should usually be the first result item available. you could try here connect USB drive to system. 2.

Check out my Windows 7 and Windows 8 guide if that applies to you. Windows Vista Installation Disc Download DL AnonymousMay 3, 2009, 11:17 PM I have exactly the same problem with my Maxtor One Touch 4 Plus on vista.It worked fine but now is not listed on My Computer notherdudeOct 8, 2008, 8:12 AM I think I may be on to something. Click OK, and close Device Manager.

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First - thanks - works a treat. by John.Wilkinson / May 4, 2007 4:13 PM PDT In reply to: need help restoring usb recognition by computer Go into the Device Manager, right-click on the entry for the malfunctioning Windows Vista Repair Disk Download Any news of this being a common problem? Windows Vista Recovery Usb or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. imp source Plug it in and go to Disk Management. I followed the suggestion. This should work. Windows Vista Recovery Disk Iso

I'm pretty sure I used the program specified in my answer before on 64GB usb (transcend) and it worked. Windows 7 doesn't recognize my usb external hard drive? Diskmanagement can see the disk, calls it "Disk 1" but says the disk is "unknown" "unreadable"ComputerManagement/DeviceManager/DiskDrives appears to see the disk as a "USB Device" and the device properties say that http://hosting3.net/windows-vista/need-help-getting-mic-to-work-with-vista.html You need to be able to boot into Windows XP to create this diskette.

and... Windows Vista Home Premium Recovery Disk Free Download You could rule out some kind of hardware issue by booting a small linux distro like Puppy. You can not use a boot disk to install Windows.

This worked for my Vista Ultimate 64-bit hope it works for you.

AnonymousDec 23, 2009, 8:54 PM I plugged a new Verbatim drive into my Vista computer, and saw the little prompt that said the device was ready for use, but couldn't see One USB wire and a power suply.I have windows VISTA Home Premium.For the first couple of times my external disk showed up in VISTA but lately it can´t be recognized.(all the There has been 20 years since he first told me that. Windows Vista Recovery Iso My new hard drive drive then appeared in My Computer.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007 7:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote WELLLL, i have gotten all of my USB devices to work when updating Windows via Windows updater, ARGH. I thought that I would share that because it was a nightmare to find the solution. ----------------------------------------------------------------Well, here this thread is, months down the road, and I imagine there are a http://hosting3.net/windows-vista/will-vista-32-bit-sp2-work-with-new-64-bit-cpu.html it does however, not show up on my computer or under the device listings to assign/change drive letters.another thing to mention is it works fine on my mother's laptop and no

Double-click the Universal Serial Bus Controllers branch to expand it. This is what I did from here. by R. When I select partition and make it active it says The selected disk is not a fixed basic MBR disk.

The following are just some key words that may help someone find this thread.   System32 Vista Ultimate lost can't find drivers USB not working install re-install new hardware mouse printer The steps mentioned by you worked on my Toshiba satellite laptop running Windows 7.

 
 
 

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