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[SOLVED] NXT driver won't install on Windows XP SP3 
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Post [SOLVED] NXT driver won't install on Windows XP SP3
Hey there,

I am using Windows XP SP3 (32bit) and the required NXT driver won't install for me. It exits with the message that it requires SP2. Sounds like the installer needs a bit of tweaking :)

Edit: I just read in the NXT programming forum that this driver is the same one as provided by Lego. I have that one nstalled, so it's not an issue for me anymore.

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I couldn't install the driver provided by Lego. Was it installed on your computer before you installed SP3 ?


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Myxt25 wrote:
I couldn't install the driver provided by Lego. Was it installed on your computer before you installed SP3 ?

Yes, it was. I upgraded afterwards. Ask Lego for a work-around, if it exists and post the solution on this forum :)

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Post NXT driver under WinXP SP3
I have just done a clean install of WinXP SP3.
I could not install the NXT driver provided on the ROBOTC site, BUT, I had no problem installing the NXT driver provided on the LEGO site. Everything works fine.
Sorry I can't be more helpful.

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