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RonnieS

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by RonnieS, Jan 23, 2013.

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  1. RonnieS

    RonnieS Thread Starter

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    I did a very stupid thing. I removed the following files from C:\WINDOWS\inf: usbstor.inf, usb.pnf, usbstor.pnf, usbport.pnf to a different location. I then uninstalled all 5 USB Root Hubs via Device Manager. After restart all USB devices including the keyboard and mouse are not working anymore. The worse thing of it all is I don't have the disc drivers anymore. Any suggestions?
     
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    Well you could go to manufactures website and get your drivers after you format and reinstall windows. Was you board to remove important drivers it is like shooting your own foot:)
     
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