Vista Business USB drivers have yellow question mark Error 39 "cannot load Driver"

Dell XPS M1330 Vista Business ARGGGGHHH!
My new laptop is having many many many problems. Aside from the blue screens of death, My USB  drivers in Device Manager all have yellow question marks. Sometimes the usb works...sometimes it doesn't. It seems to work differently with different items. Re-install etc. doesn't work. Just seems like it doesn't FEEL like working.
jhevesyAsked:
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Netman66Commented:
If it's new, it may be a hardware issue.  If you got CDs with this unit, I think one of them is a bootable diagnostic CD that will run a bunch of hardware tests.  In the end, all Dell needs is the report if something failed and you're on your way to getting repaired.

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ded9Commented:
Hi,

Try deleting upper and lower filters for usb and restart the computer and check what happens. Also check whether the drivers are installed

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{36FC9E60-C465-11CF-8056-444553540000}

Delete any related with upper and lower filters and restart the computer.


Ded9
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jhevesyAuthor Commented:
I don't think it's hardware because I have seen several peeps have the same problem with windows Vista Business...unfortunately none of them have a solution. I have managed to reload the drivers completely but they seem to be failing at will.
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PUNKYCommented:
1/2 cent thought, I would not repair anything for a new system and if it is under warranty. Call Dell, complain, get them fix!!!

Anyway, try this see if it helps. Creating a new user profile, and give all permissions. Then try the usb again see if you can have them working properly?
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jhevesyAuthor Commented:
funny thing today...it's now working like it never had a problem
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jhevesyAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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