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27-Apr-2006, 08:27 AM #1
Smile Solved: usbaudio.sys ?
Hi - I wonder if you guys can help. It is a boring old missing file - I need
USBAUDIO.SYS
I have scanned my C drive - I have looked both on my windows install disk and also my SP2 disk and have done multiple search's on google. I just can't find this file. I need it to get the audio on my web cam to work and I contact Logitech and they couldn't help either. Surely it can't be the elusive?
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27-Apr-2006, 12:05 PM #2
It should normally be found in the c:\windows\system32\drivers

folder.


That said, I am uploading a zipped copy of the file.

On the XP SP2 disk you would have to look for

usbaudio.sy_

And that file would have to be copied using the following command:

expand [driveletter]:\I386\usbaudio.sy_ c:\windows\system32\drivers\usbaudio.sys
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27-Apr-2006, 09:24 PM #3
Thanks very much for that advice - when I get home tonight I will delve into it once more.
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Cheers! Let us know how it goes, and if things get fixed up you can use the Thread Tools menu here to just mark the thread "Solved".
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28-Apr-2006, 08:40 AM #5
Thanks Rollin' - that did the trick - marked as solved.
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01-Feb-2007, 04:54 PM #7
Hello.
I have similar problem but with Windows 2000 Pro.
Bought Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks webcam. Dowloaded latest QuickCam software because one which cames with camera is ages old.
When i plug in the camera Windows discovers new devices like it should.
But there is one catch - when it gets to install drivers for "Logitech Mic" he asks me to provide usbaudio.sys file which i can't find.
I have throughly checked Windows install CD and there is no such file. I also downloaded SP4 and checked it with the same results
Where is this file???? Logitech does not provides it. WinXP has it by default but i don't think i can get it somewhere for Win 2000.
Hardware is HP compaq nc6000 series laptop with SoundMAX audio.
Any ideas where i could obtain this file? I don't think WinXP version will do.

UPDATED:
Found it myself. Some Google search helped.
I did not looked into driver.cab file on Windows 2000 install CD, usbaudio.sys was there.
Case solved.

Last edited by Marcis; 02-Feb-2007 at 08:48 AM..
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