AMD 12.6 beta drivers screwed up USB drivers

Hello,

I have an integrated 4200 chipset, and recently updated drivers to the new 12.6 beta. Everything installed fine, but afterwards I tried using a SanDisk USB SD memory card adapter. I don't know what went wrong, but I do know that the USB mass storage drivers in the device manager has a yellow triangle next to it, and it told me that it could not initialize the drivers until I unplugged the USB device.

I already tried that, and it keeps telling me that the device is not recognized, and that if it wont work that I should replace the hardware. I find it ridiculous that video drivers would screw with USB drivers, but I am not that knowledgable in the driver field.

Help!

Dillon
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  1. SITONU said:
    Hello,

    I have an integrated 4200 chipset, and recently updated drivers to the new 12.6 beta. Everything installed fine, but afterwards I tried using a SanDisk USB SD memory card adapter. I don't know what went wrong, but I do know that the USB mass storage drivers in the device manager has a yellow triangle next to it, and it told me that it could not initialize the drivers until I unplugged the USB device.

    I already tried that, and it keeps telling me that the device is not recognized, and that if it wont work that I should replace the hardware. I find it ridiculous that video drivers would screw with USB drivers, but I am not that knowledgable in the driver field.

    Help!

    Dillon

    Windows restore (prior to the update) or
    Refresh the USB Stack

    a. Bring up - Device Manager –

    b. Expand USB Serial Controllers - RIGHT CLICK on EVERYTHING and UNINSTALL
    all except the category itself.

    c. REBOOT the computer. This refreshes the drive and the USB stack
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