thanks for the help. but windows will not let me delete it, it asks for
permission whic i give and then it says it was unable, any neew ideas would
be dead handy, i will try anything once!
> Some folks have had good luck resolving USB device recognition issues like
> you have by deleting the INFCACHE.1 file, which can get corrupted with bad
> data and cause issues like you have. The file is located at C:\Windows\inf.
> There, scroll down to the INFCACHE.1 file and right click it and select
> delete. To do this, you will likely have to give yourself permission to
> delete it, because of Windows built-in Security. Just right click the file,
> select Properties and then click on the security tab. Let us know whether
> this procedure does anything. Sometimes it does and sometimes not. Post
> back on the results.
> "Craig008" wrote:
> > i have just fixed my computer and have to re-install hardware and software,
> > when i came to doing my vision m it says it cannot locate drivers try
> > something else - er like what the drivers are native, it does the same for my
> > usb hub too, any body got any ideas how to sort this lot out, vista is
> > turning into the biggest pain in the rear ever!!
> > --
> > grapes