Published on 23 Jul 2012 | over 5 years ago
Like the video if it helps, This video is a bit long - but it should work for some of you guys. *Scroll down for other possible ways to fix this problem if you get 'NO DRIVER FOUND' :
1) Open up a Command Prompt as an administrator (right click the icon in the Start menu, then choose 'Run as Administrator') and type:
net localgroup Administrators /add networkservice
net localgroup Administrators /add localservice
AND/ OR - If your computer isn't scanning for new devices:
2) driver software installation i ( that little area where you see your drivers loading) i clicked the change option and notice that the ( let my computer search for drivers) option was off so i couldn't find any driver automatically"
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