I have seen this solved by removing the flash drive when you get the message and reinserting it. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. If you are using USB 3. All help gratefully appreciated. I’d really appreciate it if somebody could help me solve this issue.

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Solution that worked for me: Some troubleshooting methods Gleamed from searching the web you can try: If you check the box, it should only include the compatible driver. I think, it is due to failure of Windows installer to remain its detection to the USB drive.

I followed this guide to do this: I can’t install windows, so there is no device manager Message 7 of 10 54, Views. I have seen this solved by removing the flash drive when you get the message and reinserting it.

“A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing” when installing Windows 7

The problem driver may have a yellow mark next to windows 7 install asking for cd dvd like this: TomNeild asked on May 22, Problem is that Win7 does apparently not come with USB 3. You can not post a blank message. It may take some time to register the change. When Windows is asking wundows driver, just click Cancel.

Select the applicable file to use based on the Windows operating system you run the tool on.

Message 10 of 10 53, Views. By using this site, fd accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. Sorry this didn’t help.

A required CD/DVD device driver is missing, usb installation – Microsoft Community

Good luck and cheers! OK now is the truth. I have also tried to boot the installation from both USB 3. Message 5 of 10 54, Views. I am not using a USB 3 port, as that was mentioned.

How do I get past this problem, please? Archived Topics Read Only. By Asoing Mo — Last Updated: Unfortunately plugging the drive in and out hasn’t worked for me.

A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing [Solved]

You should now see the USB driver files listed. Click Install Now again.

I can download drivers for Win8. Microsoft Windows 7 bit. Hope this helps in your endeavor to revert to Windows 7.

Change this setting from “Enabled” to “Auto”. After you select the install now option, select the Drive Options – Advanced menu, then select the Load Driver option.