I was able to fix the problem by installing new sdk drivers for the device, but this time due to the new firmware that's not yet published to sdk - enduser, got a bit stuck. Manually installing corrected sdk, GSDK, dev packages and drivers was an option, put not a good one.
Select the \"devices\" tab on Kies. Each device should have a check mark next to it. You can also access the devices from Kies by searching Kies from the start menu, or by selecting Start Menu>>All Programs>>HP Device Manager (HP updates the driver automatically), then click \"drivers\" from the menu.
The other option available is to download the OS X version of the driver. You'll be able to install it using the PInsider app, but it will require more time. If you are okay with updating the firmware manually with the OEM's site, it can be done as a matter of a few hours.
USB drivers store are physical device drivers on the system. They ensure that the system can recognise if is a keyboard, mouse, and networking device. If they cannot be found, you will not be able to use the USB devices.
Open up the Start Screen. In the Apps section, go to the Settings screen. Under Apps & features, click Windows Update. On the left-hand side of the screen, click Check for Updates. Check if any system software is available to update. 7211a4ac4a