|The fact that it reports no malware is good. I really don't like Norton. I've seen it cause a lot of conflicts. |
Anyway, here's something I found as a fix for another hardware non recognition problem
To fix my issue I did the following:
1. Log in as an administrator (if you are not already logged in that way).
2. Go to Start, Run and type "regedit" (without the quotes).
3. When the registry editor starts, navigate to the following location in
4. Right-click the Enum hive and select Permissions.
5. In the permissions dialog, add the Everyone group.
6. Give the Everyone group Read access.