The contents of the EEPROM may have been corrupted. Anyway peeps, I hope you find this useful and I really hope you get your problem sorted. Worked fine until today when windows found new hardware said it was loking for "cypress at2lp rc58". http://actuma.com/cypress-at2lp/cypress-at2lp-rc42-vista-driver.php If so, try unplugging it, rebooting, then plugging it back in once Windows loads.
CMulcahy, Mar 3, 2008 #11 rharper Joined: Jun 16, 2008 Messages: 1 Here is the fix....it works like a champ.... It was recognized last night after I had reinstalled Windows however it is no longer recognized this morning, When I got into Device Manager there is a yellow exclamation mark next Why do i see many drivers ? It's basically an external USB HD case without the case.
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