SOLVED: Failed to access the USB subsystem on Windows 7 host

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Re: SOLVED: Failed to access the USB subsystem on Windows 7

Postby ElQuia » 9. Nov 2011, 21:16

DellXPS15z wrote:Any luck with upgrade to 4.1.6?


Nope, the same as with 4, 4.014, and 4.14
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Re: SOLVED: Failed to access the USB subsystem on Windows 7

Postby DellXPS15z » 11. Nov 2011, 06:50

I need to use usb within the guest os! I have downgraded to 4.0.10 and still the same problem. Can someone help me out. Any suggestions before I spend 200 dollars to upgrade to windows professional solely for windows xp mode.
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Re: SOLVED: Failed to access the USB subsystem on Windows 7

Postby pcguy » 11. Nov 2011, 08:28

DellXPS15z wrote:I need to use usb within the guest os! I have downgraded to 4.0.10 and still the same problem. Can someone help me out. Any suggestions before I spend 200 dollars to upgrade to windows professional solely for windows xp mode.


I gave up on Virtualbox for USB and installed free VMWare Player into which I imported my XP Virtualbox via VMware-converter-all-5.0.0-470252.exe
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Re: SOLVED: Failed to access the USB subsystem on Windows 7

Postby Fabiop » 8. Mar 2012, 15:52

I also gave up on VB 4.0.16 and installed VMware player. It works very well with all my USB devices, but I still would like to have a working version of VB, as I don't like that much VMware player.
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