Recently I was working on a Dell Latitude D630 laptop computer that came into the computer shop and needed to have Windows XP reinstalled on it. After reinstalling Windows XP Professional on the Latitude D630 and attempting to reinstall all of the drivers needed there was still a device that did not have the proper drivers installed. The device displayed under Other Devices as USB Device with a yellow exclamation mark next to it. The article below describes the USB Device driver error as well as how to resolve the problem on a Dell Latitude D630.
The following article is a follow up to an article written on 01-19-201 and titled Sync iPhone Using Bluetooth With Windows 7 Computer. In the comments numerous people have listed issues relating to driver issues as well as playing music from the iPhone iPod application through the Windows 7 computer. Tomorrow we will be writing another article relating to playing music through the Windows 7 computer but first we wanted to provide some insight into the iPhone bluetooth driver issues that are possible on Windows 7 and more specifically driver issues on 64-Bit Windows 7. Below I describe the specific error we were able to duplicate as well as how the issue is resolved by manually installing a driver after installing the Windows Mobile Device Center application package.