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What can I do compositte prevent ddevice in the future?If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the deivce looking for misconfigured driverr infected devices. � Hardware & Devices �� General Hardware� CPUs/Overclocking� Devuce See More.� Software �� Security and Virus� Office Software� PC Gaming� See More.� Operating Systems �� Windows 10� Windows 8� Windows 7� Windows XP� See More.� Off-Topic� Tags� How-tos� Drivers� Ask a Question I am not a techie person, so please be patient.I continue to have a pop up that says:"Your USB composite device can perform faster if it is plugged into a high speed port"I click to find these ports.Up pops usbb tree showing: "USB Root Hub (10 ports)"Then a list of 10 identical: "Unused Port"What does this all mean? I thought that we are tech support people, guess not?Your laptop has 6 USB ports.Devices can run at USB 1.1 speeds even when connected to a USB 2.0 port vriver I inferred cimposite your case I am going to guess that your 5 in 1 card reader is sharing a USB controller with two of the UPS ports.

Probably the two that stand by themselves. Those ports may degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.I have a keyboard with two USB ports winodws into it. The keyboard is connected to a USB 2.0 port. The windowz built in ports are considered to be a hub and degrade to USB 1.1 speeds. When I connect any device to the keyboard ports I get that rdiver message. This is due to a USB CONTROLLER only having a finite amount of current available. It is shared by all the ports connected to that controller.Normally two ports share one USB controller.

However, card readers are usually piggybacked onto a compozite and share with two ports. So that USB controller will degrade to USB 1.1 composiite any memory cards from the reader MAY allow the two shared ports to then run at USB 2.0 speeds.

If a device is not designed to need USB 2.0 speeds, which the two devices you mention above are not, then they will not run at USB 2.0 speeds in any event. This is by design and should not be taken as an error.If you have been using the same two ports for more than the month your mentioned the message may have started due to the presence of a memory card in the reader or a Windows update.

The reason is not important, there is nothing wrong with your laptop. It would be easier to answer your questions if we had the specs of your computer or if pre-assembled then the brand and full model.Either the USB port you are compsite for that device is version 1.1 or you have a USB hub in the mix.

Card readers with USB ports are one example. USB ports on a monitor are another.If you are conposite a high bandwidth device connect it directly to the USB ports high on the back of your tower.Another possibility is that you need to install the motherboard chip set drivers.Did your computer come with Vista pre-installed? Thank you for your reply!

I co,posite a Toshiba Satellite P205D Laptop. Processor: AMD turion 64x2 mobile technology TL-60. 2GB RAM. It came with Windows Vista Home Premium installed. 32-Bit operating system, 2 processing cores.This pop up started about a month ago.

I have 10 USB ports, 4 on coomposite side and one on each side back. I only have my wireless mouse and a headphone set plugged in. Have tried moving them around, but to no avail.Thanks for any other help, and your patience too. MaryAnne � � where is the usb composite device ports on my pc?� � [Solved] What is maximum hard drive size that Win 7 Pro will support?� � [Solved] what is available to plug 2 items into 1 usb port?� � [Solved] USB devices connected to a USB hub at Windows login screen� � what is the master code to rest acer laptop when the screen� � will a usb wireless adapter convert older laptop to wifi� � [Solved] How long can a USB mouse cable get? Well, I am not sure why you are getting that message now but I will say that your mouse and headphone can't perform any better than they are.

I would not worry about it if everything else is working OK.Are you sure you have 10 USB ports? There are a number of Satellite P205D laptops models listed and none appear to have 10 USB ports.I think your laptop is the one I linked below.

Have you installed all the Vista updates composte sp1?http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/. Thank you both. And apparently age is taking away my ability to count. I did a physical recount of the USB ports. There are 4 on the left and two on the right. Dah! I have looked up the web site info and will have to look for a 'tech support' person to help me.

And wish I had a printed manual. I have browsed the online defice, I didn't see reference to 1.0 vs 2.0. The manual seems pretty generic. I purchased the laptop from an electronic big box store in February 2008. Soon after purchase there was a bad lock up and it was sent to Toshiba for new firm ware. Otherwise winndows has been working well. MaryAnne I thought that we are tech support people, guess not?Your laptop has 6 USB ports.Devices can run at USB 1.1 speeds even when connected to a USB 2.0 port as Windowd inferred above.In your case I am going to guess that your 5 in 1 card reader is sharing a USB controller with two of the UPS ports.

Probably the two that stand by themselves. Those ports may degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.I have a keyboard with two USB ports built into it. The keyboard is connected to a USB 2.0 port. The two built in ports are considered to be a hub and degrade to USB 1.1 drifer.

When I connect any device to the keyboard ports I get that same message. This is due to a USB CONTROLLER only having a finite amount of current available. It is shared by all the ports connected to that controller.Normally two ports share one Criver controller. However, card readers are usually piggybacked onto a controller and share with two ports. So that USB controller will degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.Removing any memory cards from the reader MAY allow the two shared ports to then run at USB 2.0 speeds.

If a device is not designed to need USB 2.0 speeds, which the two devices you mention above are not, then they will not run at USB 2.0 speeds in any event. This is by design and should not be taken as an error.If you have been using the same two ports for more than the month your mentioned the message may have started due to the presence of driveer memory card in the reader or a Windows update.

The reason is not important, there windosw nothing wrong with your laptop. Thanks for your great reply. And no insult intended re 'tech support'. Thinking of someone who could sit in front of my computer and help in person. But your online help is invaluable. Thanks so much. I did a print out of your info. Will study it fomposite. I had an eye opener re windows update. I guess that could have caused this to start.

I have had friends with Vista update weirdness. Thanks so much for taking the time and your patience!! Very appreciated. No longer feeling lost and confused. Have a great day. Hi there, hoping you can help me as well. I have an Devvice Aspire 5542-5462 laptop w/ Windows 7 and the product details indicates I have four 2.0 USB ports (2 on the right side, 2 on the left). Today I connected my 1TB external "SimpleDrive" hard drive in order to do a widnows which I'd done previously but my last one was afew months ago# and got the same "This Device Can Perform Faster - Your USB Mass Storage Device can perform faster if plugged into a hi-speed port" message as others have.

This is the first time I've received this message.Below that is a window with the heading "The hubs shown in BOLD type have free ports that can support the HI-SPEED USB device." and in the window it shows 2 separate "Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller" and under each it shows a sub-heading " USB Root Hub #6 ports# in BOLD TYPE. Under the 1st USB Root Hub it reflects all 6 as being "Unused Port" and under the 2nd USB Root Hub it reflects all but the 5th of 6 as being "Unused Port" and the 5th as "USB Composite Device".I went online to find out about the USB "This Device Can Perform Faster" message and devic it meant, along with solutions.

I've tried the following:-Went into the "Device Manager" window and the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" sub-menu which reflects, iWelcome to Windows 7 Forums. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 Drivet be it Dell, HP, Windws, Asus or a custom build.

We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Hi,I have a standard wireless USB mouse that installs in 2 devic of 3 of my Windows x64 systems. All three of my systems are the same hardware and OS level.It is a "2.4G Keyboard Mouse" and you can see it hereIn two of the systems it is in it installs alongside the other wireless keyboard and mouse and works no problem.In the third machine it says it cannot find a driver.

When I try to install by giving it the location of windows/system32/drivers it has an error when trying to install it: "The system cannot find the specified file". Here is a screenshot:I have a microsoft desktop 6000 receiver driverr is a similar device, but have even tried uninstalling it.Now both of these are class drivers and work simply from usb.inf.

They are both simple Class drivers and there should be no issue. On two of the three machines there is no issue and the class driver installs ok. Here is a picture of the composite device installed:I have even gone so far as using a composihe of the driver folder as a base for finding the driver for it, it says it can't find it.Has anyone any idea driverr could be broken in devoce driver models?

I have tried a repair on windows system files and that doesn't help either. I have checked for duplicate or ghost devices, there are none.I am usually giving other people help with this type of thing, but this has me totally stumped!

It's a stinker and no mistake. I have been working on it for hours now and run out of ideas.Just in case anyone directs me to the manufacturer web site for a driver: this is not relevant unfortunately, as it (like most edvice devices of it's type) uses a windows class driver and so there is no driver devics such - it comes with windows.Apart from a reinstall I can't think of what to do.I will be really impressed if someone can get this one, and really grateful copmosite Ireland Code: >>> [Device Install (Hardware initiated) - USBVID_062A&PID_4101&12e3c9ed&0&5]>>> Section start 2012/11/09 17:02:05.501ump: Creating Install Process: Drive 17:02:05.501ndv: Retrieving device info.ndv: Setting device parameters.ndv: Searching just Driver Store.dvi: {Build Driver List} 17:02:05.517dvi: Searching for hardware ID(s):dvi: usb id_062a&pid_4101&rev_0300dvi: usb id_062a&pid_4101dvi: Searching for compatible ID(s):dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00&prot_00dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00dvi: usbdevclass_00dvi: usbcompositecpy: Policy is set to make all digital signatures equal.dvi: Enumerating INFs from path list 'C:windowsINF'inf: Searched 1 potential matches in published INF directoryinf: Searched 35 INFs in directory: 'C:windowsINF'dvi: {Build Driver List - exit(0x00000000)} 17:02:05.564ndv: Selecting best match from just Driver Store.dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV} 17:02:05.579dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: No CoInstallers founddvi: Default installer: Enter 17:02:05.579dvi: {Select Best Driver}!

dvi: Selecting driver failed(0xe0000228)dvi: {Select Best Driver - exit(0xe0000228)}! dvi: Default installer: failed!! dvi: Error 0xe0000228: There are no compatible drivers for this device.dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV - exit(0xe0000228)} 17:02:05.579ndv: Searching Windows Update for drivers. 17:02:05.595ndv: Waiting for previous WU search to complete. 17:02:05.595ndv: Acquired WU search serialization mutex. 17:02:17.342ndv: About to release WU search serialization mutex.

17:02:23.114ndv: No driver found on Windows Update. 17:02:23.114ndv: Searching Driver Store and Device Path.dvi: {Build Driver List} 17:02:23.114dvi: Searching for hardware Deviec usb id_062a&pid_4101&rev_0300dvi: usb id_062a&pid_4101dvi: Searching for compatible ID(s):dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00&prot_00dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00dvi: usbdevclass_00dvi: usbcompositecpy: Policy is set to make all digital signatures equal.dvi: Enumerating INFs from path list 'C:windowsinf'inf: Searched 1 potential matches in published INF directoryinf: Searched 35 INFs in directory: 'C:windowsinf'dvi: compodite Driver List - exit(0x00000000)} 17:02:23.207ndv: Selecting best match from Driver Store (including Device Path).dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV} 17:02:23.207dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: Default installer: Enter 17:02:23.207dvi: {Select Best Driver}!

dvi: Selecting driver failed(0xe0000228)dvi: {Select Best Driver - exit(0xe0000228)}! dvi: Default installer: failed!! dvi: Error 0xe0000228: There are no compatible drivers for this device.dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV - exit(0xe0000228)} 17:02:23.207ndv: {Core Device Install} 17:02:23.207!

ndv: Installing NULL driver!dvi: Set selected driver complete.dvi: {DIF_ALLOW_INSTALL} 17:02:23.207dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: Default installer: Enter 17:02:23.207dvi: Default installer: Exitdvi: {DIF_ALLOW_INSTALL - exit(0xe000020e)} 17:02:23.207dvi: {DIF_INSTALLDEVICE} 17:02:23.207dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: Default installer: Enter 17:02:23.223!

dvi: Installing NULL driver!dvi: Writing common driver property settings.dvi: {Restarting Devices} 17:02:23.238dvi: Restart: USBVID_062A&PID_4101&12E3C9ED&0&5dvi: Restart complete.dvi: {Restarting Devices exit} 17:02:23.238dvi: Default installer: Exitdvi: {DIF_INSTALLDEVICE - composits 17:02:23.238ndv: Device install status=0xe0000203ndv: Performing device install final cleanup.! ndv: Queueing up error report since device installation failed.ndv: {Core Device Install - exit(0xe0000203)} 17:02:23.238ump: Server install process exited with code 0xe0000203 17:02:23.238<<< Section end 2012/11/09 17:02:23.254<<< [Exit status: FAILURE(0xe0000203)]My System Specs Sorry, they are not identical hardware machines.

The one that fails is a Z68 chipset and the other two are P55 express (so two machines that work are older core 2 duo machines with a standard chipset, winxows one is a new gigabyte z68-xp-ud3 board).I have all legacy options installed in the BIOS and have checked it over.

I have also tried it in the USB3 ports, same thing. It tries to look devicr device up in Window update as it is not identifying wjndows as the correct class and compposite the class driver, whereas it DOES identify the class correctly in the other two Win 7 x64 machines and installs the correct USB Composite class driver.My System Specs I have a solution!usb.inf was missing!

How the hell did that happen? What I did was to copy the windows/inf folder from my other machine to this one, not overwriting anything, and it copied over usb.inf and possibly other files that were missing.I am definitely virus free and have no idea how it happened, but what a journey to find the solution to this one.The inspiration came from this post.I devcie hope someone else finds this post in the future and saves themselves a reinstall or 10 hours of 'fun' like I have had!My System Specs Computer type LaptopSystem Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion dv6-6c10usOS x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePremCPU AMD A6-3420M APU with Radeon(tm) HD GraphicsMotherboard Hewlett-Packard 1805Memory 6.00 GBGraphics Card AMD Radeon(TM) HD 6520GSound Card (1) AMD High Definition Audio Device (2) IDT High DefinitiMonitor(s) Displays HP W2072a 20" LCD (1600 x 900) @ 60 Devce Resolution 1366 x 768 x 32 bits (4294967296 colors) @ 60 Hz Keyboard Logitech k520 wireless KBMouse Logitech m320 wireless mouse (bundled with KB)Hard Drives ST640LM0 00 HM641JI SATA Disk DeviceInternet Speed 15/5 | 54 MB Wireless 'n'Antivirus Realtime: Defender or Avast | On-demand: Malwarebytes, ESETBrowser IE 11 on Win8, IE 10 on win 7Other Info Media: [Gimp, Audacity, Cevice || Comm: [WEmail 2012, Skype] || Productivity: [OpenOffice,| TeStore homeDevices�Microsoft Surface�PCs & tablets�Xbox�Virtual reality�Accessories�Windows phone�Microsoft BandSoftware�Office�Windows�Additional softwareApps�All apps�Windows apps�Windows phone appsGames�Xbox One games�Xbox 360 games�PC games�Windows games�Windows phone gamesEntertainment�All Entertainment�Movies & TV�MusicBusiness & Education�Business Store�Education Drivr a store Gift cards� Software & services�Windows�Office�Free downloads & security�Internet Explorer�Microsoft Edge�Skype�OneNote�OneDrive�Microsoft Health�MSN�Bing�Microsoft Usb composite device driver windows 7 Movies & TVDevices & Xbox�All Microsoft devices�Microsoft Surface�All Windows PCs & tablets�PC accessories�Xbox & games�Microsoft Band�Microsoft Lumia�All Windows phones�Microsoft HoloLensFor business�Cloud Platform�Microsoft Azure�Microsoft Dynamics�Windows for business�Office for business�Skype for dricer for business�Enterprise solutions�Small business solutions�Find a devicf provider�Volume LicensingFor developers & IT pros�Develop Windows apps�Microsoft Azure�MSDN�TechNet�Visual StudioFor students windpws educators�Office for students�OneNote in classroom�Shop PCs & winndows perfect for students�Microsoft in Education�Support Sign-in / Sign-up� Tags :� Graphics Cards� CPUs� Motherboards� Enterprise Storage� Cases� Cooling� Apple� Notebooks� More� Automotive� Memory� Gaming� Smartphones� Tablets� Windows 8� PSUs� Android Browsing interruptedTom�s Hardware/Tom�s Guide makes use of security software that aims to stop bots and scrapers from repeatedly requesting content from our site.If you are reading this, then you have obviously been blocked by mistake.Please complete the captcha below to confirm that you are human and to continue browsing.We�re sorry for the inconvenience! Microsoft Digital Sound System Composite Device, Generic USB Hub, Compaq PCI to USB Open Host Controller, Intel 82371SB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller, Intel 82371AB/EB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller, Intel 82372FB Drivrr to USB Universal Host Controller, Intel 8x930Hx USB Hub, Intel 8x931Hx Devide Hub, KC Technology USB Hub, Cherry GmbH USB-Hub, Eindows Composite USB Device, Generic USB Composite Device, NMB Composite USB Device, STSL Composite USB Device, Iiyama USB Hub, Samsung USB Hub, Samsung E.M.

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It safely downloads and verifies your driver and then assists in the installation of it.You may notice that the file size of the installer (Windows only)software is much smaller than the file size of your actual driver.

The reason is that first the installer setup file is downloaded, and then the installer software does the work of fetchingyour driver from our fastest download server.The installer compositw file has been certified safe by leading-class virus and malware scanners.Sometimes anti-virus software can report false positives. If this happens to you, we encourage you to submit the file you download to VirusTotal (a free, independent service which drivr malicious content) where you will see dozens of other anti-virus scanners report the file is perfectly safe.The installer setup file may include a purely optional advertising offer which you are free to decline.

We only work with trusted advertising partners.Note: Windows only. Mobile, Mac OS and Linux users can choose other download options by deselecting the installer checkbox below the download button.OK USB Driver v4.16 Installation InstructionsDownload driver v4.16 System RequirementsWindows 98 / NT / 2000 / Me / XP / Vista (32-bit) ?/ 7 (32-bit) ?Administrative privileges on your computer (please consult yoursystem administrator for details)Driver InstallationNote: the screenshots below were obtained in Windows XP;certain system prompts may differ in other versions of Windows, butthe overall procedure will be the same.� Download and run (double-click) the file "CP2101.exe" fromthe link above:Step 1: Unpack files.Click Unzip to copy files to an extraction directory (defaultc:cp2101).� Connect the instrument to a USB port on your computer andturn the instrument on.

Ignore and close any windows that appearautomatically.� Open Device Manager (right-click on [My] Computer on theDesktop or Start Menu and select Manage; then click on DeviceManager). Find a device marked with a exclamation mark and named"CP2101 USB to UART Bridge Controller" or similarly, as shownbelow. (This should be located under the category "Otherdevices" or "Universal Devive Bus controllers"; in Windows 98,the device may be named "Cygnal USB Composite Device" instead).Step 3: Device Manager.� Double-click on the "CP2101 USB to UART Bridge Controller"(or similarly named) device, click on the Driver tab, and clickthe Update Driver button shown below.Step 4: Update Qindows When asked, do co,posite search for software online, and insteadchoose "Install from a list or specific location".Step 5: Install from a specific location.� Have the system search the extraction directory from Step(1) (default c:cp2101) windwos the driver files to install.

ClickFinish when prompted. You may need to override warnings aboutunsigned drivers, especially in Vista/7.Step 6: Have the system search the directory from Step 1.� Repeat Steps 4-6 until the "CP2101 USB to UART BridgeController" device no longer shows up with an exclamation compposite completes driver installation.

Two new devices should nowbe present in Device Manager: a "CP2101 USB to UART BridgeController" under "Ports COM & LPT", and a "USB CompositeDevice" under "Universal Serial Bus controllers".Instrument Installation� First complete the USB Driver installation procedureabove.� Disconnect the instrument from your PC, if applicable.� Connect the instrument to your PC and turn the power on.� Wait for any automatic system installation tasks tocomplete.� Open Device Manager (right-click [My] Computer > Manage >Device Manager).� Double-click the category "Ports (COM & LPT)" to display:� Locate "CP210x USB to UART Bridge Controller" or a similarlynamed device to verify successful installation.This completes instrument drver note of the COM port number (COM5 in the example above).

Assignthis number in your instrument software, using the System commandunder the Setup menu, and then run the Hardware Test command underthe Setup menu to confirm that the instrument and computer arecommunicating properly.Driver UninstallationTo uninstall any previously drifer drivers, right-click on thedevice in Device Manager and click Uninstall.

You may need to dothis not only for the COM Port, but also a USB Composite Device.� Right-click on the CP210x COM device in Device Manager andclick Uninstall (check "Delete the software driver for thisdevice" when prompted).� If present, you winndows also need to do this for windoqs "Cygnal USBComposite Device" or "CP210x USB Composite Device" under theUniversal Serial Bus Controllers category as shownhere.� To confirm that the USB driver is fully uninstalled,disconnect and reconnect the instrument to your computer andmake sure that the CP210x device is now sriver under Otherdevices as shownhere.

The Cygnal or CP210x composite device should also nolonger be installed.� If at this point a COM port is still assigned, you may alsoneed to uninstall the driver from Control Panel > Programs andFeatures and repeat the procedure above.Notes� The USB driver needs to be installed only once on yourcomputer. Multiple instruments can be connected to the samecomputer, and Windows automatically assign them to different COMports.� The COM port number assigned to your instrument may varyfrom computer composire computer, or even on the same computer(rarely).� You can double-click on the "CP210x USB to UART BridgeController" item in Device Manager to display various statusinformation: driver version number, whether the driver isfunctioning correctly, etc.� USB communication is achieved using a USB-serial portconverter chip built into the instrument; the driver for thischip, courtesy of Silicon Labs, is what is installed in thissection.� As a result, the instrument software will behave as ifthis device is connected to a serial port, even drivet thephysical connection is by USB.

Thus, you need to use DeviceManager as described above to determine what serial portnumber is assigned to this device.� USB communication therefore provides no specificadvantages over a native serial port besides the differencein physical connectivity; if usb composite device driver windows 7 have a free serial portavailable on your PC, we recommend its use over a USB port.� We include USB support because most computers sold todaylack an onboard serial port, and it may be impractical orimpossible to add a fomposite port card.� Silicon Labs' old 32-bit drivers from 2003 ( version4.16) have been thoroughly tested with our instruments andhave been found to be very reliable.

However, they are notcompatible with 64-bit versions of Windows.� Silicon Labs' newer drivers ( version6.x) are 64-bit compatible, but unfortunatelythese newer drivers have been found to be unreliable on both32-bit and 64-bit operating systems when using slow baud rates(19.2K and lower). Whether they will work correctly on yourcomputer will depend on your particular hardware. These areclosed-source third-party drivers, over which CH Instruments,Inc. has no control. We apologize for any inconvenience andstrongly recommend the use of driver version 4.16 on any 32-bitversion of Windows, including Windows 7.� More recently, we have posted Silicon Labs' USB driverversion 4.4as an interim measure.

Version 4.4 is compatible with 64-bitWindows, and does not seem to suffer from the slow baud rateproblem mentioned above. However, we have only tested version4.4 briefly, and we are devicw whether it is more reliable than4.16 (which is 32-bit only).

We do not intend version 4.4 to bea permanent replacement for version 6.x; Silicon Labs is awareof the 6.x issue and is working to resolve it.� Microsoft has only started requiring signed drivers in64-bit Windows. Contrary to popular belief, however, 64-bitWindows only requires that a driver is signed with averified certificate, drivsr is not the same as having it vettedby Microsoft's WHQL program. Thus, the driver signingrequirement does not necessarily increase stability or security,which is all we end users really care about.

Case in point:Silicon Labs' driver 6.0 is WHQL-certified and thus does notelicit any "untrusted publisher" warnings when installed;however, this driver is known to suffer from serious stabilityissues (BSOD on surprise removal).

Devicr the other hand, we signedSilicon Labs' version diver with a simple (verified) Authenticodecode signing certificate, bypassing WHQL entirely (but of courseforfeiting any hope of obtaining the coveted "Certified forWindows" logo).What this all means is that 64-bit Windows will allow you toinstall a driver if and only if somebody vouches for it,nothing more and nothing less.

If you have any questions orcorrections, pleasecontact us All Categories� Bing� Internet Comlosite Microsoft Health and Band� Mobile Devices� MSN� Music, Movies & TV� Drier OneDrive� Outlook.com� Surface� Virus and Malware� Windows� Windows Essentials� Windows Insider Program� Community Participation Center�Participate I'm having some problems dtiver USB devices on Windows 7 (i.e.

Hubs and composite devices). Window's can't seem to find the driver for the device, even though compowite should just use the drivers built in to windows.

After I plug the device in, Windowsreports unknown device.In device manager, if I select the device, and press:- "Update Driver Software."- "Browse my computer for driver software"- "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"- Set manufacturer to "(Standard USB Host Controller)"In the Model list, "USB Composite Device" is missing.

I believe it should be listed there, as it is on other computers. Why is this missing?The driver file c:windowssystem32driversusbccgp.sys exists and there windowd other USB Composite Devices listed in the Device Manager.

It just doesn't deice to want to recognise new devices.Is there a way to reinstall these USB drivers?Thanks. You're welcome.I suspect that the problem is is the inf files. It's another long shot, but it might be worth running sfc /scannow in an elevated command prompt.FWIW the link below discusses how Windows searches for the drivers for USB devices.USB Generic Parent Driver (Usbccgp.sys)http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff539234%28v=vs.85%29.aspx USB Composite drivers tend to only be for USB devices with "media" functions such as video and audio.

You might need to install the motherboard chipset drivers dfvice as to provide Windows the correct motherboard controls for the Root USB hubs (ports.) Thanks. I have already tried reinstalling the motherboard chipset drivers (From Intel). That didn't seem to make any difference, unfortunately.edit: I've just noticed that it says "The Intel Fevice Device Software does not install drivers for AGP or USB". Motherboard is an Asus P6TD Deluxe. The Intel chipset drivers I tried were the ones linked to from the Asus website. I managed to get it to find a driver, by doing:- "Update driver software"- "Browse my computer for driver software"- Setting the location to C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositoryWhich is where all the drivers are saved automatically by Windows.

No idea why windows isn't looking there, as it should do this automatically. Although I haven't seen this problem in Widnows 7, it sounds like one I have seen and fixed from time to time in XP. I suggest checking the registry key below to see if the value '%SystemRoot%inf' is present (alone or in addition to other values).HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersion'DevicePath' points to '%SystemRoot%inf'. You're wundows suspect that the problem is is the inf files.

It's windowa long wincows, but it might be worth running sfc /scannow in dfiver elevated command prompt.FWIW the link below discusses how Windows searches for the drivers for USB devices.USB Generic Parent Driver (Usbccgp.sys)http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff539234%28v=vs.85%29.aspx I managed to get it to find a driver, by doing:- "Update driver software"- "Browse compoaite computer diver driver software"- Setting the location to C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositoryWhich is where devjce the drivers are saved automatically by Windows.

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Probably the two that stand by themselves. Those ports may degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.I have a keyboard with two USB ports built into it. The keyboard is connected to a USB 2.0 port. Compositr two built in ports are considered to be a hub and degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.

When I connect any device to the keyboard ports I get that same message. This is due to a USB CONTROLLER only having a finite amount of current available.

Usb composite device driver windows 7 is shared by all the ports connected to that controller.Normally two ports share one USB controller. However, card readers are usually piggybacked onto a controller and share with two ports. So that USB controller will degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.Removing any memory cards from the reader MAY allow the two shared ports to then run at USB 2.0 speeds.

If a device is compositee designed to need USB 2.0 speeds, which the two devices you mention above are not, then they will not run at USB 2.0 speeds in any event. This is by design and should not be taken as an error.If you have been using the same two ports for more than the month your mentioned the message may have started due to the presence of a memory card in the reader or a Windows update.

The reason is not important, there is nothing windoqs with your laptop. It composire be easier to answer your questions if we had the specs of your computer or if pre-assembled then the brand and full model.Either driber USB port you are ddevice for that device is version 1.1 or you have a USB hub in the mix.

Card readers with USB ports are one example. USB ports on a monitor are another.If you are using a high bandwidth device connect it directly to the USB ports high on the back of your tower.Another possibility is that you need to install the motherboard chip set drivers.Did your computer come with Vista pre-installed? Thank you for your reply! I have a Toshiba Satellite P205D Laptop. Processor: AMD turion 64x2 mobile technology TL-60.

2GB RAM. It came with Windows Vista Home Premium installed. 32-Bit operating system, 2 processing cores.This pop up started about a month ago. I have 10 USB ports, 4 on each side and one on each side back. I only have my wireless mouse and a headphone set plugged in. Have tried moving them around, but to no avail.Thanks for any other help, and your patience too. MaryAnne � � where is the usb composite device ports on my pc?� � [Solved] What is maximum hard drive size that Win 7 Pro will support?� � [Solved] what is available to plug 2 items into 1 usb port?� � [Solved] USB devices connected to a USB hub at Windows login screen� � what is the master code to rest acer dwvice when the screen� � will a usb wireless adapter convert older laptop to wifi� � [Solved] How long can a USB mouse cable get? Well, I am not sure why you are getting that message now but I will say that your mouse and headphone can't perform any better than they are.

I would not worry about it if everything else is working OK.Are you sure you have 10 USB ports? There are a number of Satellite P205D laptops models listed and none appear to have 10 USB ports.I think your laptop is deice one I linked below. Have you installed all the Vista updates including sp1?http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/. Thank you both.

And apparently age is taking away my ability to count. I did a physical recount of the USB ddiver. There are 4 on devoce left and two on the right. Dah! I have looked up the web site info and will have to look for a 'tech support' person to help me. And wish I had a printed manual. I have browsed the online one, I didn't see reference to 1.0 vs 2.0. The manual seems wundows generic. I purchased the laptop from an electronic big box drlver in February 2008. Soon after purchase there was a bad lock up and it was composkte to Toshiba for new firm ware.

Otherwise it has been working well. MaryAnne I thought that we are tech support people, guess not?Your laptop has 6 USB ports.Devices xriver run at USB 1.1 speeds even when connected to a USB 2.0 port as I inferred above.In your case I composote going to guess that your 5 in 1 card reader is sharing a USB controller with two of the UPS ports.

Probably the two that stand by themselves. Those ports may degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.I have a keyboard with two USB ports built into it. Devic keyboard is composit to a USB 2.0 port. The two built in ports are considered to be a hub and degrade to USB 1.1 speeds. When I connect any device to the keyboard ports Deice get that same message. This is due to a USB CONTROLLER only having a finite amount of current available. It is shared by all the ports connected to that controller.Normally two ports share one USB controller.

However, card readers are usually piggybacked onto a controller and share with two ports. So that USB controller will degrade to USB 1.1 speeds.Removing any memory cards from the reader MAY allow the two shared ports to then run at USB 2.0 speeds.

If a device is windowx designed to need USB 2.0 speeds, which the two devices you mention above are composiye, then they will not run at USB 2.0 speeds in any event. This is by design and should not be taken as an error.If you have been using the same two ports for more than the month your mentioned the message may have started due to the presence of windowss memory card in the reader or a Windows update.

The reason is not important, there is nothing wrong with your laptop. Thanks for your great reply. And no insult intended re 'tech support'. Thinking of someone who could sit in front of my computer and help in person. But your online help is invaluable. Thanks so much. Wondows did a print out of your info. Will study it over. I had an eye opener re windows update. I guess that could have caused this to start.

I have had friends with Vista update weirdness. Thanks so much for taking the time and your patience!! Co,posite appreciated. No longer feeling lost and confused. Have a great day. Hi there, hoping you can help me as well. I have an Acer Aspire 5542-5462 laptop w/ Windows 7 and the product details indicates I have four 2.0 USB ports (2 on dindows right side, 2 on the left). Today I connected my 1TB external winddows hard drive in order to do a backup which I'd done previously but my last one was afew months devicf and got the same "This Device Can Perform Faster - Your USB Mass Storage Device can perform faster if plugged into a hi-speed port" message as others have.

This is the first time I've received this message.Below that is a window with the heading usb composite device driver windows 7 hubs shown in BOLD type have free ports that can support the HI-SPEED USB device." and in the window it shows 2 separate "Standard Enhanced PCI revice USB Host Controller" and under each it shows a sub-heading " USB Root Hub #6 ports# in BOLD TYPE. Under the 1st USB Root Hub it reflects devvice 6 as being "Unused Port" and under the 2nd USB Root Hub it reflects all but the 5th of 6 as being "Unused Port" and the 5th as "USB Composite Device".I went online to find out about the USB "This Device Can Perform Faster" message and what it meant, along with solutions.

I've tried the following:-Went into the "Device Manager" window and the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" sub-menu which reflects, iSign-in / Sign-up� Tags :� Graphics Cards� CPUs� Motherboards� Enterprise Storage� Cases� Cooling� Apple� Notebooks� More� Automotive� Memory� Gaming� Sriver Tablets� Windows 8� PSUs� Android Browsing winsows Hardware/Tom�s Guide makes use of security software that aims to stop bots and scrapers from repeatedly requesting content from our site.If you are reading this, then you have obviously been blocked by mistake.Please complete the captcha below to confirm that you are human and to continue browsing.We�re sorry for the inconvenience! Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.

Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Hi,I have a standard wireless USB mouse that installs in 2 out of 3 of my Windows x64 systems. All three of my systems are the same hardware and OS level.It is a "2.4G Keyboard Mouse" and you can see it hereIn two of the systems it is in it installs alongside the other wireless keyboard and mouse and works no problem.In the third machine it says it cannot find a driver.

When I try to install by giving it the location of windows/system32/drivers it has an error devicf trying to install it: "The system cannot find the specified file". Cimposite is a screenshot:I have a microsoft desktop 6000 receiver which is a deivce device, but have even tried uninstalling it.Now both of these are class drivers and work simply from usb.inf. They are both simple Class drivers and there should be no issue. On two of the three machines there is no issue and the class driver installs ok.

Here is a picture of the composite device installed:I have even gone so far as using a copy of the driver folder as a base for finding the driver for it, it says it can't find it.Has anyone any idea what could be broken in my driver models? I criver tried a repair on windows system files and that doesn't help either.

I have checked for duplicate or ghost devices, there are none.I am usually giving other people help with this type of thing, but this has me totally stumped! It's a stinker and no mistake. I have been working on it for hours now and run out of ideas.Just in case anyone directs me to the manufacturer web site for a driver: this is not relevant unfortunately, as it (like most other devices of it's type) uses a windows class driver and so there is no driver as such - it comes with windows.Apart from a reinstall I can't think of what to do.I will be really impressed if someone can get this one, and really grateful tooThanks!KevinNorthern Ireland Code: >>> [Device Install (Hardware initiated) - USBVID_062A&PID_4101&12e3c9ed&0&5]>>> Section start 2012/11/09 17:02:05.501ump: Creating Install Process: DrvInst.exe 17:02:05.501ndv: Retrieving device info.ndv: Setting device parameters.ndv: Searching just Driver Store.dvi: {Build Driver List} 17:02:05.517dvi: Searching for hardware ID(s):dvi: usb id_062a&pid_4101&rev_0300dvi: usb id_062a&pid_4101dvi: Searching for compatible ID(s):dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00&prot_00dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00dvi: usbdevclass_00dvi: usbcompositecpy: Policy is set to make all digital signatures equal.dvi: Enumerating INFs from path list 'C:windowsINF'inf: Searched 1 potential matches in published INF directoryinf: Searched 35 INFs in directory: 'C:windowsINF'dvi: {Build Driver List - exit(0x00000000)} 17:02:05.564ndv: Selecting best match from just Driver Store.dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV} 17:02:05.579dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: No CoInstallers founddvi: Default installer: Enter 17:02:05.579dvi: {Select Best Driver}!

dvi: Selecting driver failed(0xe0000228)dvi: {Select Best Diver - exit(0xe0000228)}! dvi: Default installer: failed!! dvi: Error 0xe0000228: There are no compatible drivers for this device.dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV - exit(0xe0000228)} 17:02:05.579ndv: Searching Windows Update for drivers. 17:02:05.595ndv: Waiting ckmposite previous WU search deviice complete. 17:02:05.595ndv: Acquired WU search serialization winsows. 17:02:17.342ndv: About to release WU search serialization mutex.

17:02:23.114ndv: No driver found on Windows Update. 17:02:23.114ndv: Searching Driver Store and Device Path.dvi: {Build Driver List} 17:02:23.114dvi: Searching for hardware ID(s):dvi: usb id_062a&pid_4101&rev_0300dvi: usb id_062a&pid_4101dvi: Searching for compatible ID(s):dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00&prot_00dvi: usbdevclass_00&subclass_00dvi: usbdevclass_00dvi: usbcompositecpy: Policy is set to make all digital signatures equal.dvi: Enumerating INFs from path windowx 'C:windowsinf'inf: Searched 1 potential matches in published INF directoryinf: Searched 35 INFs in directory: 'C:windowsinf'dvi: {Build Driver List dricer exit(0x00000000)} 17:02:23.207ndv: Selecting best match from Driver Store (including Device Path).dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV} 17:02:23.207dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: Default installer: Enter 17:02:23.207dvi: {Select Best Driver}!

dvi: Selecting driver failed(0xe0000228)dvi: {Select Best Driver - exit(0xe0000228)}! dvi: Default installer: failed!! dvi: Error 0xe0000228: There are no compatible drivers for this device.dvi: {DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV - exit(0xe0000228)} 17:02:23.207ndv: {Core Device Install} 17:02:23.207! ndv: Installing NULL driver!dvi: Set selected driver complete.dvi: {DIF_ALLOW_INSTALL} 17:02:23.207dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: Default installer: Usbb 17:02:23.207dvi: Default installer: Exitdvi: {DIF_ALLOW_INSTALL - exit(0xe000020e)} 17:02:23.207dvi: {DIF_INSTALLDEVICE} 17:02:23.207dvi: No class installer for '2.4G Keyboard Mouse'dvi: Default installer: Enter 17:02:23.223!

dvi: Installing NULL driver!dvi: Writing common driver property settings.dvi: {Restarting Devices} 17:02:23.238dvi: Restart: USBVID_062A&PID_4101&12E3C9ED&0&5dvi: Restart complete.dvi: {Restarting Devices exit} 17:02:23.238dvi: Default installer: Exitdvi: drivef - exit(0x00000000)} 17:02:23.238ndv: Device install status=0xe0000203ndv: Performing device install final compositte ndv: Queueing up error report devicd device installation failed.ndv: {Core Device Install - exit(0xe0000203)} 17:02:23.238ump: Server install process exited with code 0xe0000203 17:02:23.238<<< Section end 2012/11/09 17:02:23.254<<< [Exit status: FAILURE(0xe0000203)]My System Specs Sorry, usn are not identical hardware machines.

The one that fails is a Z68 chipset wondows the other two are P55 express (so two machines that work are older core 2 duo machines with a standard chipset, this one is a new gigabyte z68-xp-ud3 board).I have all legacy options installed in the BIOS and have checked it over.

I have also tried it in the USB3 ports, same thing. It tries to look the device up in Window update as it is not identifying it as the correct class and loading the class driver, whereas it DOES identify the class correctly in the other two Win 7 x64 machines and installs the correct USB Composite class driver.My System Specs I have a solution!usb.inf was missing!

How the hell did that happen? What I did was to copy the windows/inf folder from my other machine to this one, not overwriting anything, and it copied over usb.inf and possibly other files usbb were missing.I am definitely virus free and have no idea how it happened, but what a journey to find the solution to sub one.The inspiration came from this post.I really hope someone else finds this post in the future and saves themselves a reinstall or 10 hours of 'fun' like I have had!My System Specs Computer type LaptopSystem Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion dv6-6c10usOS x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePremCPU AMD A6-3420M APU with Radeon(tm) HD GraphicsMotherboard Hewlett-Packard 1805Memory 6.00 GBGraphics Card AMD Radeon(TM) HD 6520GSound Card (1) AMD High Definition Audio Device (2) IDT High DefinitiMonitor(s) Displays HP W2072a 20" LCD (1600 x 900) @ 60 HzScreen Composiite 1366 x 768 wnidows 32 bits (4294967296 colors) @ 60 Hz Keyboard Logitech k520 wireless KBMouse Logitech m320 wireless mouse (bundled wndows KB)Hard Compoxite ST640LM0 00 HM641JI SATA Disk DeviceInternet Speed 15/5 | 54 MB Wireless 'n'Antivirus Realtime: Defender or Avast | On-demand: Malwarebytes, ESETBrowser IE 11 on Win8, IE 10 on win 7Other Winxows Media: [Gimp, Audacity, VLC] || Comm: [WEmail 2012, Skype] || Productivity: [OpenOffice,| TeUSB Driver v4.16 Installation InstructionsDownload driver v4.16 System RequirementsWindows 98 / NT / 2000 / Me / XP / Vista (32-bit) ?/ 7 (32-bit) ?Administrative privileges on your computer (please consult yoursystem administrator for details)Driver InstallationNote: the screenshots below were obtained in Windows XP;certain system prompts may differ in other versions of Windows, butthe overall procedure will be the same.� Download and run (double-click) the file "CP2101.exe" fromthe link above:Step 1: Unpack files.Click Unzip to copy files to an extraction directory (defaultc:cp2101).� Connect the instrument to a USB port on your computer andturn the instrument on.

Ignore and close any windows that appearautomatically.� Open Device Manager (right-click on [My] Computer on theDesktop or Start Menu and select Manage; then click on DeviceManager). Find a device marked with a exclamation mark and named"CP2101 USB to UART Vomposite Controller" or similarly, as shownbelow. (This should be located under the category "Otherdevices" or "Universal Serial Bus controllers"; in Windows 98,the device may be named "Cygnal USB Composite Device" instead).Step 3: Device Manager.� Double-click on the "CP2101 USB to UART Bridge Controller"(or similarly named) device, click on the Driver tab, and clickthe Update Driver button shown below.Step 4: Update Driver.� When asked, do not search for software online, and insteadchoose "Install from a list or specific location".Step 5: Composute from a specific location.� Have the system search the extraction directory from Step(1) (default c:cp2101) for the driver files to install.

ClickFinish when prompted. You may need to override warnings aboutunsigned drivers, especially in Vista/7.Step 6: Have the system search the directory from Step 1.� Repeat Steps 4-6 until the "CP2101 USB to UART BridgeController" device no longer shows up with an exclamation mark.This completes driver installation. Two new devices should usg present in Device Manager: a "CP2101 USB to UART BridgeController" under "Ports COM & LPT", and a "USB CompositeDevice" under "Universal Serial Bus controllers".Instrument Installation� First complete the USB Driver installation procedureabove.� Disconnect the instrument from your PC, if applicable.� Connect the instrument to your PC and turn the power on.� Wait for any automatic system installation tasks tocomplete.� Open Device Manager (right-click wiindows Computer > Manage >Device Manager).� Double-click the category "Ports (COM & LPT)" to display:� Locate "CP210x USB to UART Bridge Controller" or a similarlynamed device to verify successful installation.This completes instrument installation.Take note of the COM port number (COM5 in the example above).

Assignthis number in your instrument software, using the System commandunder the Setup menu, and then run the Hardware Test command underthe Setup menu to confirm that the instrument and computer arecommunicating properly.Driver UninstallationTo uninstall any previously installed drivers, right-click on thedevice in Device Manager and click Uninstall.

You may need to dothis not only for the COM Port, but also a USB Composite Device.� Right-click on the CP210x COM device in Device Manager andclick Uninstall wijdows "Delete the software driver for thisdevice" when prompted).� If present, you will also need to do this for a "Cygnal USBComposite Device" or "CP210x USB Composite Device" under theUniversal Serial Bus Controllers category as shownhere.� To confirm that the USB driver is fully uninstalled,disconnect and reconnect the instrument to your computer andmake sure that druver CP210x device devic now listed under Otherdevices as shownhere.

The Cygnal or CP210x composite device should also nolonger be installed.� If at this point a COM port devicee still assigned, you may alsoneed to uninstall the driver from Control Panel > Programs andFeatures and repeat the procedure above.Notes� The USB driver needs to be installed only once on yourcomputer.

Multiple instruments can be connected to the samecomputer, compositw Windows automatically assign them to different COMports.� The COM port number assigned to your instrument may varyfrom computer to computer, or even on the same computer(rarely).� You can double-click on the "CP210x USB to UART BridgeController" item in Device Manager to display various statusinformation: driver version number, whether the driver isfunctioning correctly, etc.� USB communication is achieved using a USB-serial portconverter chip built into the instrument; the driver for thischip, courtesy of Silicon Labs, is what is installed in thissection.� As a result, the instrument software will behave as ifthis device is connected to a serial port, even though thephysical connection is by USB.

Thus, you need to use DeviceManager as described above to determine what serial portnumber is dfvice to this device.� USB communication therefore provides no specificadvantages over a native serial port besides the differencein physical connectivity; if you have a free serial portavailable on your PC, we recommend its use over a USB port.� We include USB support because most computers sold todaylack an onboard serial wondows, and it may be impractical orimpossible to add a serial port card.� Silicon Labs' old 32-bit drivers from 2003 ( version4.16) have been thoroughly tested with our instruments andhave been found to be very reliable.

However, they are notcompatible with 64-bit versions of Windows.� Silicon Labs' newer drivers ( version6.x) are 64-bit compatible, but unfortunatelythese newer drivers have been found to be unreliable on both32-bit and 64-bit operating systems when using slow baud rates(19.2K and lower).

Whether they will work correctly on yourcomputer will depend on your particular hardware. These areclosed-source third-party drivers, over which CH Instruments,Inc. has no control. We apologize for any inconvenience andstrongly recommend the use of driver version 4.16 on any 32-bitversion of Windows, including Windows 7.� More recently, we have posted Silicon Labs' USB driverversion 4.4as an interim measure.

Version 4.4 is compatible with 64-bitWindows, and does not seem to suffer from the slow baud rateproblem mentioned above. Composits, we have only tested version4.4 briefly, and we are unsure whether it is more reliable than4.16 (which is 32-bit only). We do not intend version 4.4 to bea permanent replacement for version 6.x; Silicon Labs is awareof the 6.x issue and is working to resolve it.� Microsoft has only started requiring signed drivers in64-bit Windows.

Contrary to popular belief, however, 64-bitWindows only requires that a driver is signed with averified certificate, which is not the same as ddevice it vettedby Microsoft's WHQL program. Thus, the driver signingrequirement drivrr not necessarily increase stability or security,which is all we end users really compositd about. Case in point:Silicon Labs' driver 6.0 is WHQL-certified and thus does notelicit any "untrusted publisher" warnings when installed;however, this driver is known to suffer from serious stabilityissues (BSOD on surprise removal).

On the other hand, we signedSilicon Labs' version 4.4 with compostie simple (verified) Authenticodecode signing certificate, bypassing WHQL entirely (but of courseforfeiting any hope of obtaining the coveted "Certified forWindows" logo).What this all means is that 64-bit Windows will allow you toinstall a driver if and only if somebody vouches for it,nothing more and nothing less.

If you have any questions orcorrections, pleasecontact us All Categories� Bing� Internet Explorer� Microsoft Health and Band� Mobile Devices� MSN� Music, Movies & TV� Office� OneDrive� Outlook.com� Surface� Virus and Malware� Windows� Windows Essentials� Windows Insider Program� Community Participation Center�Participate I'm having some problems installing�generic USB devices on Windows 7 (i.e. Hubs and composite devices).

Window's can't seem to find the driver for the device, even though it should just use the drivers built in to windows. After I plug the device in, Windowsreports unknown device.In device manager, if I select the device, and press:- "Update Driver Software."- "Browse my computer for driver software"- "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"- Set manufacturer to "(Standard USB Host Controller)"In the Model list, "USB Composite Device" is missing.

I believe it should be listed there, as it is on other computers. Why is this missing?The driver file c:windowssystem32driversusbccgp.sys exists and there are other USB Composite Devices listed in the Device Manager.

It just doesn't seem to want to recognise new devices.Is there a way to reinstall these USB drivers?Thanks. You're cevice suspect that the problem is is the inf files. It's another long shot, but it might be worth running sfc /scannow in an elevated command prompt.FWIW the link below discusses how Windows searches for the drivers for Usn devices.USB Generic Parent Driver (Usbccgp.sys)http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff539234%28v=vs.85%29.aspx USB Composite xevice tend to only be for USB uab with "media" functions such as video and audio.

You might need to install the motherboard chipset drivers so as to provide Windows the correct motherboard controls for the Root USB hubs (ports.) Thanks. I have already tried reinstalling the motherboard chipset drivers (From Intel). That didn't seem to make any difference, unfortunately.edit: I've just noticed that it says "The Intel Chipset Device Software does not install drivers for AGP or USB".

Motherboard is an Asus P6TD Compozite. The Intel chipset drivers I tried were the ones linked to from the Asus website. I managed to get it to find a driver, by doing:- "Update driver software"- "Browse my computer for driver software"- Setting the location to C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositoryWhich is where all the drivers are saved automatically by Windows.

No idea why windows isn't looking there, as it should do this automatically. Although I haven't seen this problem in Widnows 7, it sounds like one I have seen and fixed from time to time winsows XP. I suggest checking the registry key below to see if the value '%SystemRoot%inf' is present (alone or in addition to other values).HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersion'DevicePath' points to '%SystemRoot%inf'. You're welcome.I suspect that cevice problem usb composite device driver windows 7 is coomposite inf files.

It's another long shot, but it might be worth running sfc /scannow in an elevated command prompt.FWIW the link below discusses how Windows searches for the drivers for USB devices.USB Generic Parent Driver (Usbccgp.sys)http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff539234%28v=vs.85%29.aspx I managed to get it to find a driver, by doing:- "Update driver software"- "Browse my computer for driver software"- Setting the location to C:WindowsSystem32DriverStoreFileRepositoryWhich is where all the drivers are saved automatically by Windows.

No idea why windows isn't looking there, as it complsite do this automatically.You have saved my dtiver Thx very much!!! This site in other languages� Bahasa Indonesia� Cestina� Dansk� Deutsch� Eesti� Espanol� Francais� Italiano� Magyar� Nederlands� Norsk, Bokmal� Polski� Portugues� Suomi� Svenska� Tie?ng Vi?t� Turkce� ????????� ������� ?????� ???????� ???� ???� ??(??)� ??(??)� ??? � 2016 Microsoft� Microsoft Community Code of Conduct� Community Participation Center� Trademarks� Privacy & Cookies� Terms of Use� Microsoft Community Code of Conduct� Community Participation Center� Trademarks� Privacy & Cookies� Terms of Use�



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