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glnz

POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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Thanks for replying and clarification.

Mine winusb.dll is version 6.1.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255), obviously as you noticed, came from win7 package and it is created on 02 November 2006 and modified on 07 July 2009.

I thought too it was from dencorso's thread about usb updates, but apparently must have installed it from somewhere else, and data about it are pretty scarce. Anyway it isn't a big deal, but a little strange.

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I have both those entries in my Add/Remove Programs.
Searching for the winusb.dll file brings up the same version (6.1.7600.16385) in system32, but there are copies of the file in two other folders relating to connectivity software for mobile phones, both my old Nokia phone and my current Samsung phone.
The copy in the Samsung folder is older (6.0.6000.16386), the one in the Nokia folder is the same as the one in system32.
If you have similar software installed that may well be where it came from.
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Yeah, that could be it , I've had some Samsung phone related software installed years ago.

Anyway, I circumvented the problem by copying already present in system32 winusb.dll and accompanying winusb.sys in system32/drivers to some folder, and then reinstalled them from there with Add Remove Windows Components, so it doesn't complain anymore. :)

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WinUSB is an access driver with API/functions to access USB devices in a generic manner.  It is often installed for use with mobile devices (such mobile-marketed tablet computing devices, GPS navigation systems, etc.).  Modern MTP implementations and connectivity software for mobile devices are often implemented via WinUSB.

I believe that 6.1.7600.16385 was the last/latest compatible version of WinUSB for Windows XP.

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