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Posted on Wednesday, February 13, 2002 - 7:26 am:   

This is related, but different from the "..CAB File" post.

The old setup for the HP scanjet5P was to connect it via my Adaptec USBXchange SCSI to USB cable. As a result of the SCSI - USB after my reinsstall, W2K always askes to install new hardware: HP C5110A USB Device which listed as being connected to the USB mass storage device(USBXchange cable). The driver for the cable listed as a Microsoft driver, so I ran reinstall driver using the W2K drivers from Adaptec. It ran thru the install and rebooted the machine and booted to a BLUE screen twice. I removed the USB cable and it booted up fine. I plugged the USB cable back in and I got the message:

\SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\Adpusbld.sys device driver could not be loaded. Error status was )xc000012f

How can I uninstall or remove/delete that driver(s) from the system so I don't get any future problems or possibly reinstall the software?

Posted on Wednesday, February 13, 2002 - 9:17 am:   


the USBXchange Software has an Uninstall program. You must run it from the software CD since nothing shows up in the ADD/Remove list. After that, plug in the USB and W2K will run ADD NEW HARDWARE Wizard. Direct it to the USBXchange folder and it does 2 things:
1- Installs the USBXchnage driver
2- Installs drivers for the HP ScanJet5P Automatically! NO NEED TO RUN THE HP ScanJet5P Software (Deskscan) unless you really want to.

Thanks for all the help.


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