What in the blue heck is gUSBSTOi.sys, and why did it just go BSOD on me?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Tuulilapsi, Mar 13, 2004.

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  1. Tuulilapsi

    Tuulilapsi Registered Member

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    Anyone heard of a gUSBSTOi.sys residing in the Local Settings\Temp folder (or so I seem to recall)? Google search cannot find a thing, it seems.
     
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    The second link isn't working....nothing I can do about that.
     
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    It works now. ;)
     
  5. Tuulilapsi

    Tuulilapsi Registered Member

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    No, no digital camera that I'm aware of... In fact, it's just the mouse and the keyboard, and I'm rather sure those aren't USB.
     
  6. Shunned

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    Snowbound: Thanks!!


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    Maybe someone will drop in who knows what this thingy is. Best to you
     
  7. Tuulilapsi

    Tuulilapsi Registered Member

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    Thanks, Shunned! :) Gladly, I have a copy of that file right here in case it's needed, even though the guilty computer is not. :D
     
  8. shunned

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    drivers for the USB chipset, maybe? or storage device?/ Just thinking in type.
     
  9. Tuulilapsi

    Tuulilapsi Registered Member

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    Yea, I thought about that, but the only storage device is your ordinary HDD, and there's absolutely nothing but a keyboard and a mouse connected. That, and the gUSBSTOi file wasn't there a week ago. Could be related to Max Payne 2, I guess. Kids. :eek:
     
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