Libusb BSOD?

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  1. Evostance

    Evostance Member

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    So when I turn off my PC i get a wonderful BSOD.
    The error is always the same. usbdriv.sys or something like that

    The only program i've install recently is libusb, and going from the error screen, i think thats whats causing it.

    Running Vista 32bit in compat mode for XP SP2. Anyone got a solution?
  2. nitestarzz

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    usbhub.sys error?
    i also got this error, on vista sp1

    the only way i found is unattached the libusb driver from the usb devices and attached it when u need to boot ur ipod touch 2g.

    no need to install or uninstall the setup.
    just go to command prompt and run

    C:\Program Files\LibUSB-Win32\install-filter.exe -i (attach)
    C:\Program Files\LibUSB-Win32\install-filter.exe -u (unattach)

    just make sure u unattach the libusb before u shutdown
  3. adamscybot

    adamscybot New Member

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    Do you people read further than 1 post.

    ALL VISTA USERS MUST RUN THE LIBUSB INSTALLER IN COMPATIBILITY MODE FOR XP
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    Yes. Uninstall libusb. It only gives this while shutting down, and it reboots. Just uninstall, and reinstall in compatibility mode, and it works wonders.
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    you doesn"t get the problem is the libusb is already installed in xp compatibility mode it doesn't f*** up the usb devices just that when we shutdown it just give us the bsod
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    Thank you. That is it exactly. Shut down, BSoD, auto reboots, shut down in confusion, walk away, reboots again, shut down, watch, see BSoD, auto reboots, uninstall libusb, shut down. That is how it went for me. I didn't know why it didn't shut down right, until I took the time to watch it shut down.
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    Try the way above and let me know if it works
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    I'm having the same problem as TC, I've tried both with and without XP compatibility mode, but the problem persists.
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    Brewstermax New Member

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    I'll be jailbreaking on a Win XP machine now anyway. So no worries. May wait for something that doesn't need libusb. I want a really portable app. Like QuickPwn. For 2G. I'll wait for XiPhone and see if it can offer a compromise.
  10. Evostance

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    Yes, the question is. Did you?

    Glad i know what the problem is now so im not the only one. I'll just deal with the BSOD and turn it on at the switch lol.

    Also happens when you try to put the PC to sleep or hibernate

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