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Jacek Jurkowski

#1
.... something wrong with Vista support
of USB storage volumes. First I've got problem
with USB Flash device now I'm trying to connect
ATA DVD Recorder closed in external chassis
and working via USB 2.0. Like before Vista want's
me to provide drivers ... I have no any! I never needed
any on XP, it was discovered and installed automatically
without any questions ... Vista is a step back form MS if
talking about device's support?
 

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MICHAEL

#2
"Jacek Jurkowski" <jjurkowski@data-comp.eu> wrote in message
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> ... something wrong with Vista support
> of USB storage volumes. First I've got problem
> with USB Flash device now I'm trying to connect
> ATA DVD Recorder closed in external chassis
> and working via USB 2.0. Like before Vista want's
> me to provide drivers ... I have no any! I never needed
> any on XP, it was discovered and installed automatically
> without any questions ... Vista is a step back form MS if
> talking about device's support?


Try this update:

Reliability update for the USB stack in Windows Vista
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925528
Release Date: January 30, 2007

This article discusses an update that resolves a variety of issues that occur with specific USB
hardware devices and controllers in Windows Vista.
 

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Mike Williams

#4
That's right. People still clip all the context out of posts so you can't
tell what they're talking about :-(

"Jacek Jurkowski" <jjurkowski@data-comp.eu> wrote in message
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> Nothing's changed ... :-(
 

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