In Reply to: USB won't work after Win2k upgrade posted by John Simmonds on 05/14/02 at 7:14 AM:
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: I am having a bit of trouble with the USB configuration of a Dell XPS T 500. Recently I did a system upgrade on the machine from NT4 to Win 2000 in order to gain the benefits from having fully supported USB. Upon doing the upgrade and attempting to load the drivers for my Wacom graphics tablet, I am told that there is no USB present. A look at the device manager shows that there is an error starting the 'Iomega USB driver for mass storage'
: Having tried all the troubleshooting tips that I can find in USBman's pages I am still no better off, when trying to load the non-functioning driver (iomusb.sys) I still end up in the same situation. The USB ports must be working as it still allows my USB zip 100 to function after downloading the latest version of Iomegaware - why?