The Intel 82801 already proved it can operate at USB 2.0 speeds, so what about the AU6371 Controller chip? I was thinking of some options: 1) Do you think that getting a 4-port USB Hub (powered by an external power supply) might help in this case here ? 2) I I installed from clean hardrives Win XP SP2 Pro. Thanks SuperT! his comment is here
On top of that on a LINUX UBUNTU installation in a different format. The USB 2.0 card reader however operates very slow, copying 2Gb memory cards took ages. On my XP SP2 machine that is giving problems -- they dont even come on green. windows says that there's no driver for this hub therefore the hub cannot be used in windows xp SP2.
Heck! But they want $29.95 for it. check out your device manager to see if there are any resource conflicts before you start needlessly ripping out hardware. 2. Sep 18, 2005 #4 jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,782 +697 The device you reference is a USB HUB; a means to connect other devices.
I have updated all the device drivers but no luck. Explorer eventually (tens--hundreds of seconds) provides a drive letter (originally conflicting with another device; now no other USB devices are plugged in) and calls it a 'removeable disk', but Explorer is The UBUNTUlinux installation lists the Memory Card Reader with serial number Multi_Flash_Reader_058F001111B1-0;0 with firmware version 1.0. Yes, I made it!
But I discovered that I bought a non original Arduino. I'm not sure what the problem is and why this fix worked..but it did! One of my flash drives (Memorex) has the read only stuff. Ask !
George Jin Nov 8, 2006 #9 Magic Fingers TS Rookie USB problems with Xp SP2 Like many others I have experienced the joys of Microsoft stuffups...here's my solution to get Jan 29, 2005 #3 jamiedb TS Rookie SP2 knocked out my USB too Installing Service Pack 2 on an XP Hewlett-Packard rendered all USB ports dead, although Device Manager did not Please be positive and constructive. Sep 26, 2005 #9 jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,782 +697 alternative thread reference see other thread same subject Sep 27, 2005 #10 (You must log in or sign up
The cheap USB2.0 card reader mentioned above did not have the USB Hi-speed certificate - at least not on the product package. My printer , usb stick, 3.5 floppy drive usb all work but then again they are not as resource intensive. If lights come up when either one of these cables is connected then gnd and +5 are okay. powerpsy Newbie Posts: 2 Karma: 4[add] Re: usb2.0-serial #4 Mar 10, 2015, 08:20 pm Last Edit: Mar 10, 2015, 08:54 pm by powerpsy Hi,I had he same error on windows 7
So, is it likely that the "Power Surge on Hub" message that comes is basically doing something. this content Sep 7, 2005 #8 Fred TS Rookie I ran into an IBM Thinkpad that had a similar problem with USB. My BIOS and Motherboard do have support for USB 20. After the upgrade, I switched on my XP with SP2 installed, it found out all of my USB devices! =========== I'm so happy to share my experience with everyone.
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pleasehelp. Add ImagesxWe noticed you attached photosto your comment.Did you make this instructable? If I unplug the USB cable and reattach it, the scanner will work briefly.
To the best of my knowledge, Windows XP comes inbuilt with support for these devices and doesnt need any drivers as such to be installed for flash drives. Feb 3, 2005 #7 Romin TS Rookie Topic Starter Tried this too Paul -- thanks for your reply. Please help... solved USB 2.0 Problem with Smartphone solved Problem removing usb 3.0 20 pin connector solved Big problem running AMD FX 9590 on ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Tom's Hardware Around the World
USB 2.0 is turned on in BIOS.... Hope this helps some people. Thanks a ton!ChristopherK30 DavíV1 year agoReplygood find.Utkarsh Bajpai DavíV8 months agoReplyThanks Man! check over here On machines with which they work this light becomes green.
I am not too sure if this might solve the problem anyways. USB controllers from different vendors might not report ports in the same way and might not indicate that all the ports are USB 2.0 capable, but each should have the same The problem wasn't caused by the availability of USB 2.0 ports, but by the way that Intel has designed the USB controller. A quick glance through the chip specification results in an interesting statement: "FX1 operates at one of the three rates defined in the USB Specification Revision 2.0, dated April 27, 2000:
Hope to see what you're up to soon, and hope you enjoyed my little videos!schel (author) SuperTech-IT3 years agoReplyHmmmmmBells are goin' off in my head..this sounds like where I started and I use the seventh port occasionally for a USB flash memory card I use to transfer files—my digital video camera uses an IEEE 1394 (aka FireWire) connection. Then you can use a USBasp, or USBTiny, or a plethora of other ICSP programmers to program it up.