Please help me, what's happening is freaking horrible. I've just bought the new Asus Zenbook UX305 (Zenbook), which comes with the horrible Windows 8.1 and I don't want to install Windows 10. So I installed Windows 7 on it THE PROBLEM: By reinstalling, I deleted all drivers, so now the Wireless driver is gone, so I can't get any network to install the wireless driver. THE OTHER PROBLEM: I have another computer, so I downloaded the drivers and put them on a usb stick. BUT, because there's no drivers on the laptop, It doesn't recognize USBs! Basic drivers for USB, discs and Ethernet should have gone in with the W7 installation. If they didn't, try one of the following:- 1.
Dec 18, 2017. 1) Run Driver Easy and click Scan Now. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers. 2) Click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system. If you have any questions while using Driver Easy,. Aug 31, 2016 Fix printer problems. Cable from your printer into an available USB port on your PC. Printer driver on your computer by clicking Install driver.
Reinstall W7 from bootable disc. Check if there is a partition holding the manufacturer's drivers and utilities: some of these may work with W7. Linkoptimizer Serial there.
Nov 20, 2017. When you plug a USB device into your PC, Windows Update will automatically detect the device (if Windows Update is enabled by default) and install a driver. We've received many reports about this “Windows can't find drivers for my hardware and device” issue, such as Windows can't find a driver for HP. Why Won't the USB Drive Show Up in My Computer? But there could be a chance that your USB drivers are not installed. Drivers vary by computer; if you cannot. Flipping Book Publisher Corporate Tax.
Boot up a Live CD: this will have USB drivers, and can be used to copy from USB to hard drive. Perform a factory restore, copy the drivers, re-install W7 (you can restore any personal files from the back-up that you must have taken before embarking in the down-grade). – Sep 27 '15 at 16:13. It's surprising it doesn't even recognize USB ports, so I'd suggest re-installing Windows directly from an.iso file, instead of setup.exe, which usually makes one of those dirty reinstalls. Since cannot use a CD, then use a pendrive.
You can easily do it using, by choosing 'USB device'. You'll just need an empty pendrive and an ISO file. The steps will guide you to write the ISO in your pendrive, and making it bootable. Since it boots from the BIOS, you won't need any USB drivers or similar.
If that doesn't work, either, I'd begin to get worried (there could be some hardware problem with your USBs). Also, keep in mind that you may have to change your BIOS' boot settings, to give preference to USB devices;). Update Finally, we decided to install Windows 10 on the Asus Zenbook laptop. We were able to recover the product key, so we installed a guenuine version of Windows.
Also, I'm pretty sure I found the problem. Problem Discovered Windows 8 comes with the newer drivers made for older and newer computers. Windows 7 comes with older drivers made only for Windows 7 (and older) computers. The Zenbook comes packed with Windows 8. So, downgrading to any other version of Windows remove all the drivers (of course), but doesn't reinstall all of them (like USB ones) because they were not existing at the time the computer was released (like 4 years later). Tips Never downgrade a Windows version if your computer wasn't packed with it at the purchase. We may have been able to buy a SATA to M.2 adapter to directly tranfer the drivers to the Zenbook's hard drive, but it will have cost around 100$, which is clearly too pricey for the need.
Thanks By ending, I want to thanks all of you that tried to help me. It really is appreciate;).
When iTunes on your computer, you might see an unknown error or an '0xE' error. If you do, follow these steps and try to connect your device again after each step: • Make sure that you have the that works with your computer. • Check that you have the latest software on your. • Make sure that your device is turned on. • If you see a Trust this Computer alert, unlock your device and tap Trust. • Unplug all USB accessories from your computer except for your device. Try each USB port to see if one works.