Updating usb drivers for samsung
For more information about how to use Device Manager to troubleshoot hardware issues, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 133240 ( ) Troubleshooting device conflicts with Device Manager If no devices work when you plug the devices into the root hub, verify that the power requirements of the bus are not being exceeded.
USB devices can draw a maximum of 500 milliamps for each connection.
To attempt to fix your USB problem manually, follow the steps below or click here to let us fix it automatically: Typically, if you plug a malfunctioning or incorrectly-configured device into a USB port, it causes the computer to stop responding (hang).
This is required for the device driver to be loaded.
This is important because it applies to items such as printers and modems.
Make sure that you have the most up-to-date firmware that is available for both your computer's BIOS and each device.
However, the device may be displayed as a second instance of that device, and load itself as such in Device Manager.
If you see duplicates of a device, verify that you have the most up-to-date firmware for that device. A similar issue that has the same cause occurs when a device loads a device driver, and then adds a second device for which there seems to be no driver.
If the computer prompts you for a device driver, check with the manufacturer of the device to determine whether a driver is available.