Joined: 05 Feb 2006
|Posted: Fri Jan 05, 2007 5:34 am Post subject:
|If you install the nusb24e drivers that have been recently released, they will replace the nusb23e driver and have iPod support.
If you still wish to remove the assciation of the drivers with the nusbxx drivers, then do the following:
Remove the device from the computer
Boot up the computer in Safe Mode (keep pressing F8 during boot until you get a menu, select Safe Mode)
Open Device Manager (Right click My Computer (on desktop), click Properties, then click on the Device Manager tab at the top.
Find the device listed (probably under Disk Drives)
Highlight the device and click on Remove
OK the warnings, close everything down and restart the computer normally.
Now when you insert the device it will see it as a new device and install drivers again.
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