I am running Win XP Pro SP3. Last installed with slipstreamed SP2. Trying to install a Logitech MK320 wireless keyboard and mouse. They use a USB HID Receiver. Inserting the receiver causes Windows Found New Hardware which errors installing the drivers with the message "the data is invalild".
Followed instructions to make setupapi.log verbose. Renamed it.
I find the first error message to be
@ 22:10:56.015 #V180 Verifying file "C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\hidusb.sys" (key "hidusb.sys") against catalog "" failed. Error 2: The system cannot find the file specified.
Verified that this file is in Driver Cache\i386\Driver.cab. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/810882
What do I need to do to get windows XP SP3 to extract the file and put it in System32\Drivers folder? Or may I manually extract and just put it there?
Note I am upgrading from a PS2 Keyboard and Mouse and have never used a USB Keyboard nor mouse. Plugging in a USB Mouse gives me the same error message.
I have tried to update all of my USB drivers. Windows Device Manager states that they are the newest available though online the correct versions are later. These versions match the versions in the Drivers.cab file. I found one place to download a newer set but it won't run under SP3.