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IBM T41 Laptop Windows XP USB PNP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by emjga, Jan 3, 2011.

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  1. emjga

    emjga Thread Starter

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    Folks Hope you can help

    I had to re-install my IBM T41 Laptop from the IBM Recovery CD's
    All went fine except when ever I plug a USB device in
    It shows up as a yellow question mark in Device Manager

    If I select the Device and update Drive , it then comes as a unkown device
    If I select the unkown device update drive the USB device works fine.

    It is like PNP (Plug and Play) not working but in Services PNP in set to automatic and seems to be working.

    I have been through the IBM Web site and downloaded all the Device Drivers but does not seem to fix the problem.

    I have uninstalled all USB RootHubs and Host Controllers and re-installed
    Note I had to manually update the driver

    Info on Laptop Spec
    IBM T41 Windows XP with SP3, Comodo Anti Virus + Firewall
    Note with Comodo disabled the same problem so do not think this is the fault.

    Any idea's

    Matt
     
  2. gfne

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    Can you take a screen shot of your device manager and post here?
     
  3. emjga

    emjga Thread Starter

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    Attached is a screen capture of the Device Manager

    Matt
     

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  4. gfne

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    Please excuse me in taking so long to respond.

    Any chance I can have you tell me what services are disabled in the services section (Start, Run, services.msc)
     
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