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I am trying to install a driver for a USB Oscilloscope in Windows Vista Home Premium. I receive the error: "The installation of this device is. This page contains the driver installation download for WinDriver Virtual device in supported models (HP ProBook b) that are running a supported. Flashes "Found New Hardwar" WinDriver Virtual Device Please insert the CD or if from did a Complete Recovery and this driver is lost! I need to reinstall this.
After this finishes, there still is no question mark in the Device Manager. Restarting the computer fixes everything. Forums New posts Search forums. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Mar 25, Please register, and get one. The only thing I could find with some searching is an app that helps write drivers and from what I read Here and from some page links, it certainly could try to install itself as a virtual device i.
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Do you have any suggestions for who to access the Group Policy Object Editor? I don't find it when I do a search.
There is a "mmc. Nor can I find anything in the Help Search.
I have also checked User Accounts and Admin Tools - nothing there either. I did find "Group Policies Client Local Computer " but most everything was greyed out and I did not see anything that looked like a place to set permissions. I don't intend any negativity towards MS, but I do wish they would provide a way for users who want to be able to turn off all of the security and extraneous management stuff I write ladder logic and PLC code, I don't need the security stuff.
I don't want to go as far back as paper tape reels or punched cards I think WFW or Win 3. Alexander Tarvid Replied on May 4, Hi, Matts! I suggest you first running regedit and browsing to this key.
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Remember to back the registry up before editing it! Please, inform us if this helps or you need further assistance! Gloria - Replied on May 6, In reply to Alexander Tarvid's post on May 4, Matts Persic, Try the steps in this article to change the security policy on your Vista home computer to allow unsigned drivers to run.
Let us know if you need further assistance.
In reply to Gloria -'s post on May 6, Ext] ezusb. Gloria - Replied on May 12, In reply to matts persic's post on May 10, Matts, The reason I suggested that article, even though it was not your exact situation, was because it gave you the tools to change the group policy regarding installing drivers, without having the group policy editor tool on your version of Vista.
I thought it might work to allow the changes to be made to your security policy so you could install your driver. I apologize if it did not work for you. One thing you might try is turning user account control off temporarily and then try to install your device: Doesnt matter if you cant find the drivers etc but once you get into Windows, go to Device Manager by right clicking 'My Computer' , select 'Properties'.
Go to 'Hardware', then 'Device Manager' and then select the device with the exclamation mark!
Make sure it is the one previously descovered by Windows during bootup and then right click it and select disable. This will no longer load up during boot up.
I hope I have made my instructions clear. Did I help? Cheers Ian. If you have a computer problem -try restarting the computer.
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If you have tried that ,then try restarting the computer again. Restarting the computer fixes everything. What I am not certain of is what the device is for and what does it do?
I don't think that I need it, but I don't know. I would apprecite it very much if you could help me understand more about the device. If I do need it, how do I get the driver for it. I have tried my windows start up disk without luck. Any further explaintion would be appreciated. In device manager, do you see a device that shows as not properly installed? If so, what section? The only thing I could find with some searching is an app that helps write drivers and from what I read Here and from some page links, it certainly could try to install itself as a virtual device i.
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Still havin fun though. If I click 'Cancel', it goes to the desk top and nothing shows with a question mark in the Device Manager. Then, If I answer, install the device. It give me the option to install the driver or to disable. If I try to install it, it asks for the location for the driver. No matter where I look, it cannot identify the driver and it will not let me proceed. After this finishes, there still is no question mark in the Device Manager.
I am at a loss on what to do.