Next thing to try is maybe another USB port. Your screenshot of the drive contents was enlightening and useful. I had a feeling I had a bad Windows DLL or a corrupt file somewhere. Edited: 14 Jan 2010 Hi Dave, Dave Malham wrote: I have a problem with Windows not recognizing one of my 3 mbed units as a serial device ... http://roguewb.com/windows-could/windows-could-not-load-installer-for.html
This may be unique because I caused the problem myself. Here's What You Need to Do Read Article Article Are You Seeing a Code 37 Error? Maxtor Manager was also installed - a pop up window used to Sync/Backup data/Scheduled Backup. And a Word file of the CONTENTS of the Maxtor Drive.
I am curious to see your findings with the files SysSetup.dll and sfcfiles.dll. But then also check if you disconnect/reconnect, that an old serial driver is not recognised. Here's What You Need to Do Read Article Article Are You Seeing a Code 41 Error? Set each action to "None" 4.
i also get errors with. When I try to update the installer, it says I already have the latest version. The following video show how to bind OSX Mavericks to … Mac OS X Active Directory Windows OS Windows Server 2008 Apple Software Advertise Here 810 members asked questions and received SO, while I don't get the Windows error, the serial coms doesn't work on the XP machine with the LPC1768.
What I would suggest first to test this potential issue out is as follows: 1. Puter is 2 years old, it's time to clean up, clear out. I just went in and manually changed it to COM16, and it seems to have fixed the Windows error. this If image it back to the original machine there are no problems.
I could not install my external USB harddrive (Maxtor One Touch), and I kept getting the message: "Windows could not load the installer for Volume. Volume Serial Number is 00F6-646D The Volume Label for your external Maxtor drive appears to be (indicated by you in Comment ID:23437220) "BlackArmour". Simon Dave Malham # 14 Jan 2010 Hi Simon, Duh'oh! This is really strange.
To clarify, this behaviour is expected. About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. Double click the Maxtor Manager folder on the locked BlackArmor drive. Do this for both boards and you'll be basically back to scratch.
Then i switched the blinking leds of, Reinstalled the driver, and voila, working, on a port which was blocked before.... Please log in to post a reply. © mbed blog Also, I only get it once when there's one hard disk installed. Corrupt windows files is what I stated earlier, it's the 'which one' I am trying to figure out to fix this issue. http://roguewb.com/windows-could/windows-could-not-load-the-installer-for-volume.html Any more ideas? 0 LVL 17 Overall: Level 17 Windows OS 1 Windows XP 1 Message Expert Comment by:MAG03 ID: 234945412009-01-28 I am running out of ideas too.
So too does my Flash drive 2Gig. You could try Uninstalling the Maxtor USB drive again to see what happens when you remove it, reboot without it attached, then reattach it. Hello and welcome to PC Review.
LPC2368 works fine...LPC1768 does not. Here's What to Do Read Article Article Getting a Code 28 in Device Manager? Try changing it to a few different unused COM ports and see if this has an impact. If so, there's a good chance that the change you made caused the Code 39 error.Undo the change, restart your PC, and then check for the Code 39 error again.Depending on
Windows could not load installer for ports. It works okay otherwise (CAN functions, SPI functions, analog in functions, pwmout functions, lED's flash...). Upload "DriveVolumes.txt" here as an attachment. Nor can I move data to it.
I then unpluged-replugged, and got: Simon Jim Harris # 01 Dec 2009 . Similar Threads RIS for XP is different from RIS for 2000? I'm just glad it's solved. Thank you, thank you, thank you for posting this fix!!!!
I owe you big time. Choose "Port Settings" Tab, and click "Advanced" Under "COM Port Number", try selecting a different COM port Unplug and replug the mbed to reload the driver - if the problem persists, It looks like the windows installer is corrupted. Ensure that they are set as follows.
We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Yes, quite a while ago I had deleted / un-installed MSN Messenger. Click Start, then Run, and type the following: %systemroot%\system32\msiexec.exe /regserver then click OK. I tried reformatting the drive, still to no avail.