I have serious doubts that reason of appearance of NetBT Error message 4311 in my Error Event Viewer is in connection with Ras Async Adapter .In Device Manager of my XP SP3 , I have yellow exclamation sign on RAS Async Adapter.When try to uninstall this driver ,received :Failed to uninstall the device.The device may be required to boot up the computer, Seems this diver is in certain way protected by the system.Strange why this happened.Normaly any driver should be free to uninstall and reinstall it, or I am wrong.
Following overactive uninstallation of an ip filtering utility, my network adapter has stopped functioning. (Broadcom 440x 10/100 integrated controller, XP pro sp1) I strongly suspect serious registry damage, but none of the three highly rated registry utilities I have used have been able to fix the problem. In Device Manager -> properties, the message is : 'device not configured properly (code 1), reinstall the driver.' Attempting to reinstall the driver gives the following error message: 'An error occurred during installation of the device The system cannot find the file specified'.
I have an Intel Network card in a fairly modern computer running Windows XP SP1. Unitil I uninstalled a VPN client I have had no trouble with it. However, after the uninstall, Win XP displays a yellow icon with an exclamation mark for the network card in the device manager and the info says "Code 31 Could not load the drivers for this device".I have tried uninstalling the network adapter (in order to be able to re-install it) but Win XP tells me that it "Failed to uninstall the device. The device may be required to boot up the computer".I have also tried upgrading the drivers for the adapter but the problem prevails.My guess is that the registry somewhere links my network card with a virtual driver that the VPN client used.
IDE to USB Adapter - need driver, I purchased a Vantec CB-IUSB20 so I could hookup a slave drive temporarily.However, I am unable to "see" the drive and the mini disk that they gave me only shows "card reader" drivers.I'm running it on a WinXP machine.I used it originally a month or so ago on another machine but no luck on this one, I've tried a Maxtor 30GB and a Seagate 200 GB.
Well, over the pas few weeks i have tried installing backtrack and ubuntu which are both linux distros and did not have any luck connecting to the internet wireless or through a cable.I reformatted the computer and reinstalled windows and still nothing.I have went to device manager and tried uninstalling and rebooting, hoping that it would fix it. Didnt work. Also i have multiple other devices with yellow question marks as there icon.
I have bought an infrared adapter to connect to my mobile phone (MA620 USB), but unfortunately I could not install it to my computer....I know it should be Straight forward and I have followed the instructions step by step ...but all I kept getting is a massage saying that the driver for the device could not be found (even on the disk that came with the device). Iam using XP home edition sp2, and the driver on the disk is for use with xp. I have even downloaded the latest driver from the company home page .....but still got the same result.
I'm writing this from my work computer, because I've totally messed up my Dell Dimension 8250 running XP Pro).I combined my dual OS computer into only one large partition and Fdisked(wiped out my OS(s) on my primary hard drive, in an attempt to reinstall on XP OS for my computer.To make a long story as short as I can, I removed(Fdisk) and "clean installed" my XP Pro OS from Dell's XP installation disk on my unpartitioned primary hard drive, But I can NOT connect to my ISP or the internet because I lost the driver CD and can't connect to the internet to download and install then.
The reason this is urgent for me is because I am leaving to move into my new apartment tomorrow morning, and once I am gone from my house, pretty much any technical problem will not get solved (I am sure many of you here are familiar with this position).My brother's computer was full of viruses so I reinstalled a fresh copy of windows, and everything is working great.But I go to install the Westell wireless G USB adapter for internet, and the driver will not install.I have installed the utility first - it then asks to connect the device which I did. The new hardware thing pops up, and since I don't have the installation CD (lost it, but downloaded the files from Westell's website), I browse to the folder of those files, and it searches and says it cannot find the driver.
I purchased a wireless PCI adapter as listed above for my Windows Media Center 2005. My computer has a 2.0 GHz dual core processor and 3 GIG of RAM, 256 MB RAM Video card. Here is my problem, when I install the software for the wireless card, it changes my Windows Login and disables the Welcome Screen. There is no drop down for users to log onto the computer, I have to type the name to login. I tried to just install the driver and my computer did not like that, it locked up twice. So I am back to installing the whole program.where I can get just a driver for this card? I searched the NetGear website and it has an updated program but no individual drivers. I tried to use WinZip to extract the exe into individual files but no luck.
Just purchased a Netgear N Router. I have the router hooked up to a comcast - motorolla cable modem hardwire) , and thats working fine, but I am trying to get online with a netgear adapter - MA101, on another desktop. I purchased the adapter back in 2003, and have downloaded the up to date drivers for it on the pc, that I am not able to get online with. It is getting a very strong signal from the router, with my ntework name and everything. Been on the phone with netgear for hours, and they cannot resolve it either.
I been trying to find the driver for my integrated network card for the computer HP a1640n. I just reformatted my pc and all I want to do is install my network driver for my pc to get back online.all I know it is an integrated network adapter and all I want is to get it working again.Again I'm using windows xp pro now. since I don't have Microsoft media center edition.
I have a Dell D600 Latitude that was working fine, then i opened and email that i thought was from my sister and now my network adapter is not recognized and reflects the yellow!. I bought a Linksys USB ethernert adapter and get the same result. The drivers cannot load.I have no way of connecting this computer to the internet to run updated virus software or go to Dell to run diagnostics.
I can't seem to resolve. I've just reinstalled Windows XP. Everything seems to be fine except for when I try to install my cable which uses the ethernet adapter. Every time I try to install the driver for the ethernet adapter it says this:"The driver was not installed because the wizard cannot find the necessary software""The drivers for this device is not installed"Can someone please help me with this? How can I get this ethernet card to work?
I am going to install a new OS Windows XP , Home with sp2 on my computer , at least try. Now i remember that the network adaptor is one of the things i need to d/l drivers for , well i have already run into trouble i have a Intel Pro/1000 CT network adapter and can not find the driver for it.
I have this pentium 3 - 700 mhz computer which today I formatted and installed windows xp pro on it. The motherboard on the computer comes with a SIS 5598/6326 display adapter for which I been searching the internet for its WIN XP driver but havent found any except for the other versions of windows are available.What can I do if there is no WIN XP version of this driver?
I have a Linksys WMP54GX Wireless-G PCI Adapter with SRX. It worked fine, but now the driver is broken, and I can't uninstall or reinstall it.I need to fully wipe it from my registry, harddrive, et al, in order to do a fresh install. I am somewhat computer literate, but still a bit wary of fiddling with the registry without knowing exactly what I am doing.Thought I should add that the bundled software uninstall doesn't work, nor does the Device Manager's. When I attempt to uninstall from the device manager, I get a message like "failed to uninstall, device may be required to boot". I need a manual removal.
I installed Uniblue Driver Scanner and paid for it on the advice of DivX. It reports 4 outdated drivers supposadly replaced them but upon rescan it reported that they still needed updating. There appears to be no uninstall.
I recently upgraded my motherboard but kept my hardrive as is except for changing the drivers provided with my Mb and registering xp again as xp stated that too many changes took place. my mouse not working I uninstall my mouse driver and rebooted xp where it did pick up my mouse but no movement I also tried installing the software provided with the mouse but no luck. I even took another hardrive and installed xp on there the mouse then work fine.
I am experiencing pixelization problems. At first it would only occur at boot up or reboot. Now it is happening all the time which can be help somewhat by refresh, changing the desktop picture, and/or logging off then on I have tried, disabling the 128MB DDR ATI Radeon 9800 Pro using device manager. At first it was OK but at low resolution (VGA I think), but when it asked if I wanted to let windows manage the graphics it got garbled again. I have reset resolutions down to 800 x 600 using the graphics card but that doesn't help.
Have a dell xps m140, running win xp pro service pack 3. Based on your knowledge of windows xp system files and there function, i was wondering if you would know appropriate files that will need to copy. The scenario is a s follows
Got infect by a virus, virus was removed by Kaspersky. After virus removal both the 10/100 NIC and the wireless adapter, and the bluetooth have indicated that they are disconnected. However from device manager they show up as working properly, which they are not as I cannot connect to the internet and there is a red X on all three icons in the system tray. I am wondering if a system file related to network connectivity was afftected and subsequently deleted by kaspersky
i get this error when i tried to open up my computer, first the windows xp loading screen works fine, then after that the screen just goes black and stays like that forever. this happened when i tried to uninstall a USB Bluetooth driver and it was requested to restart my pc so i did, and after that restart i cant get in no more, the screen just goes black after the windows xp load screen. im wondering how can i fix this problem? please help me guys... thank you.. and o yeah one more thing.. when i tried it on safe mode it went to the welcome screen but after that when i try to move my cursor i didnt move at all then i restart my pc again and the whole thing happens once more
I have a Gateway 7422GX which as a Mobility Radeon 9550. I repaired windows using the cd because I restarted my computer and it was either going to take 7min+ to boot, or just wasn't going to. I got stuck at the windows splash screen. I'm using windows professional. Whenever I try to install any of the drivers, I get the same error message: Setup did not find a driver compatible with your current hardware or operating system. Setup will now exit.