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JamesLand22
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USB Serial Controller Driver for windows 7??

Hey everyone,

 

I am a a diabetic and I am trying to run my OneTouch software on Windows 7.  However, none of my USB ports are working when im trying to plug in my device like they did with Vista.  The driver that is missing is called a USB Serial controller driver and I cant find it anywhere.

 

I have an HP Pavilion tx 1000 notebook PC.  I also can not find the drivers for the fingertouch driver.

 

Can anyone please help?

 

Thanks

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Vidya
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Re: USB Serial Controller Driver for windows 7??

You can try installing the chipset drivers from the following weblink:

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp45001-45500/sp45168.exe

 

If this does not work, please provide the product number that is there on the sticker...

I am an HP employee.

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CornanTheIowan
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Re: USB Serial Controller Driver for windows 7??

It seems I also need a usb driver but I have an H-P 5120 "slimline" AMD 64-bit system running Windows 7 64-bit.

 

I see a "Driver Software Installation" dialog box with the text:

 

Device driver software was not successfully installed

 

with "USB-Serial Controller" beneath that, and "Searching preconfigured driver folders.." (which never returns, leaving the animated graphic spinning "forever".

 

I visited the ftp folder shown in the REPLY to a previous user but apparently that was for a notebook, not a desktop computer.

 

Can you help me find the USB-Serial Controller driver for my system?

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masoga
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Re: USB Serial Controller Driver for windows 7??

I have found this driver

 

http://www.usglobalsat.com/download/546/win_drivers.zip

 

and work fine..

 

good luck!.

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sana123
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hello everyone,   I am using NC6230 (notebook), can anyon...

hello everyone,

 

I am using NC6230 (notebook), can anyone guide me what actually "universal serial bus controllers" are? the icon in fron of it is like the one which we get for "USB not recognised"

 

can anyone help me out?

 

thank you (in advance)

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stevkamau
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Re: USB Serial Controller Driver for windows 7??

Hi,

 

I have Hp 15 notebook pc i've installed win 7 used cobra 2013 but did not install the following drivers

 

- USB controller

- SM bus controller

- PCI encryption/Decryption controller

 

Please assist. 

 

Thanks

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stefan2134
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Re: USB Serial Controller Driver for windows 7??


JamesLand22 wrote:

Hey everyone,

 

I am a a diabetic and I am trying to run my OneTouch software on Windows 7.  However, none of my USB ports are working when im trying to plug in my device like they did with Vista.  The driver that is missing is called a USB Serial controller driver and I cant find it anywhere.

 

I have an HP Pavilion tx 1000 notebook PC.  I also can not find the drivers for the fingertouch driver.

 

Can anyone please help?

 

Thanks



JamesLand22 wrote:

Hey everyone,

 

I am a a diabetic and I am trying to run my OneTouch software on Windows 7.  However, none of my USB ports are working when im trying to plug in my device like they did with Vista.  The driver that is missing is called a USB Serial controller driver and I cant find it anywhere.

 

I have an HP Pavilion tx 1000 notebook PC.  I also can not find the drivers for the fingertouch driver.

 

Can anyone please help?

 

Thanks




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