Kernel USB Software Bus TCP Driver
Kernel USB Software Bus TCP Driver is a generic driver program that has to be present on computers that make use of a wireless card (particularly card by vendor D-Link) and a printer with USB port interface. The problem can usually only be found on newer Windows systems (7 and 8).
A problem and/or a failure with this driver can lead to many problems and can even render your computer unusable until the problem has been resolved. The problem usually appears when a wireless card and a printer are interfaced with the same computer system and can commonly yield the message: "Driver for UDS Master Bus of Kernal USB Software Bus by TCP is not installed".
Unfortunately, we cannot provide exact instructions on where to find and install this particular driver since usually, it is a combination of different hardware devices that produce this problem, but it is recommended to download and/or update your USB and USB 3.0 (if any) device drivers from your computer vendor website. Also, you can find a suitable driver on other, third-party websites, in which case be careful and always check the identity of the website before using their content to avoid getting your computer infected with malicious programs.
We typically recommend to most of our users to make use of automatic driver updating programs to resolve any device driver problems on their computers. Finding and installing drivers can be a complex task and by using an application to do the job for you, you will save a lot of time and nerves.