I was pointed in your direction as you may be able to assist me
I have installed a PNP USB 4 x Hub by Peak I went to there website but it only gives info no drivers and I have a little icon called Safely Remove Hardware and it reveals a USB Mass storage device with 3 generis entriesis this the HUb or something diff. here is the details that maybe help you
Windows detected a new device attached to your computer, but could not find the driver software it needs to make the device usable. Each device manufacturer typically includes driver software of a CD that comes with the device, or as a download from its website. The hardware ID of your device is USB\VID_05D8&PID_8105&REV_0001.
Problem signature
Problem Event Name: PnPDriverNotFound
Architecture: x86
Hardware Id: USB\VID_05D8&PID_8105&REV_0001
OS Version: 6.0.6001.
Locale ID: 2057"
please let me know if you can assit me or point me in the right direction.

This looks an excellrnt website

Thank You
Lloyd Mortiss
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On which operating system and service pack are you trying to plug-in the USB device?
Answered 07/19/2008 by: AngelD
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HiYa AngleD
Ironic that I should reply on Sunday with your name being AngelD :-)
here is my details that you required re my niggling problem

"Windows Vista Home Premium
Service Pack 1

I hope this can be of some assistance to your good self.

lmortiss :-)
Answered 07/20/2008 by: lmortiss
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hiys Angel

Ia m still awaiting your reply if you can assist me could you po8int me in the right direction.
Answered 07/21/2008 by: lmortiss
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Sorry but don't have any direct answer for you.
Maybe it's that easy that there is no supported Vista driver for the device.

Have you tried calling the vendor for any working drivers?
Answered 07/21/2008 by: AngelD
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I would agree with AngelD, basically your OS cant find the drivers specifically for your hardware so contact the vendor for support. It may be the device you have doesnt work under Vista at all which is why your having the problems.

Answered 07/22/2008 by: Inabus
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A Google search on the Vendor ID reported in your original post,


seems to indicate that the device Windows has detected is a Digital TV DVB-T USB adapter (possibly manufactured by Ultima) rather than a mass storage device.

Do you have a USB TV tuner attached to your machine, by any chance. If so, the message Windows is reporting concerns this device and not the Peak USB Hub.


Answered 07/22/2008 by: spartacus
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