In Windows 7, you might have observed many times that when you insert a USB drive or connect a USB / PS2 keyboard or mouse, the Windows ceases to detect the required hardware for some unknown reasons and displays a message claiming that “Your device has a driver problem and needs to be reinstalled” or “Your device is currently disabled in Windows”. Generally when people encounter with this problem, they usually remove the device from the PC and again re-insert it. Sometimes this problem is fixed and Windows automatically installs the required driver.
But many times Windows doesn’t facilitate you in such type of problem. However keeping this problem in mind, Microsoft Support has launched a Fix it solution to diagnose and fix various types of USB related issues.
If you are facing any of above mentioned problems, then navigate to Microsoft Fix it Solution Center and select your problem and click on Run now button in order to repair the issue.
Apart from hardware related solutions, you can also find there many other solutions of various problems related to different areas like PowerPoint, Office Word, Internet Explorer and Window Media Player etc. Since these particular solutions are especially designed for Windows 7, other versions of Windows are not supported with this Fix it Solution Center.