USB Reboot Problems

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Monkeyboy126, Dec 27, 2003.

  1. Monkeyboy126

    Monkeyboy126 Guest

    Hi

    Whenever I connect a USB device, the PC will either reboot or reboot and
    screw up. If it screws up the only way to recover is to boot to safe mode,
    delete ALL usb drivers and start again.

    Running Windows XP SR1

    The system will start to recognise the device before rebooting. Tried
    installing drivers that come with devices etc but nothing seems to work. Is
    there a way to 'reset' windows XP drivers? apart from a complete wipe &
    reinstall I don't know where to turn??

    Many thanks


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    Monkeyboy126, Dec 27, 2003
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