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USB configuration directory found

Postby freepims » Tue Apr 16, 2013 5:16 pm

I started digging out some of these older desktops and the first one has me stumped.


HP d3225 Minitower XP Pro

When I insert usb I get this message when I reboot.

No default or usb configuration directory found. Can someone advise please?

Does fine when the usb drive is removed....

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Re: USB configuration directory found

Postby PCguy » Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:20 am

In your BIOS change the boot order so it doesn't attempt to boot off of the USB.
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Re: USB configuration directory found

Postby SimplyMichael » Sat Oct 05, 2013 12:42 pm

Change your boot priority and then install usb driver.
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Re: USB configuration directory found

Postby PcTestCard.com » Mon Nov 11, 2013 4:04 pm

Change boot priority not to boot to the USB.
Sometimes, even without any boot option selected for USB device, the computer may still look for the USB device and run a complete scan before the boot will pass to the local HDD.

When comes to the USB issue, I would also suggest we install the latest mobo chipset driver, follow by a reboot.
The new chipset driver can help to correct most USB issue (software).

Hope this helps.
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