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  Windows successfully loaded . . .cannot find the hardware...1) Please Help!!!! 
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Brian Edick Jul 02, 2008, 06:59am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Windows successfully loaded the device driver for this hardware but cannot find the hardware device. (Code 41)

OK, most of the people here have asked about problems w/ CD ROM drives or Itunes problems. I have 2 mp3 players (Creative Zen, and Zune) I have Quicktime but have had it for sometime w/o problems. My CD devices work fine. About a week ago, I was trying to get my Motorola to Sync w/ my computer. After numerous failed attempts, I gave up. and uninstalled everything. (Drivers, mod programs, etc.) Now, my Mp3 players have that Code 41 message, they charge, but I can't connect them to their respective software. I don't want to mess with regedit if it's going to mess with my CD drive. I ran a virus boot scan and that didn't take care of it, I got rid of the files that were suggested in the Uninstalling Itunes instructions, but left the quicktime program as it doesn't seem to be the source of the problem.

Can anyone help with getting my USB devices back w/o messing with my CD Rom Drive???

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Gerritt Jul 02, 2008, 09:05pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Windows successfully loaded . . .cannot find the hardware . . .(Code 41) Please Help!!!!
You need to let us know what OS you were running, and what OS has successfully loaded.
The mobile device management features have changed massively between XP and Vista, so if you're trying to use XP based connectivity software it will not work in Vista, and visa versa.


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