USB 2.0 device initialisation problem

  Siberian Winter 06:11 22 Dec 03
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Hello. I've recently installed a USB 2.0 card with a 4-way powered hub(supplied with the card)on my PC running XP Pro. I have my printer/scanner plugged into one socket on the card, and the hub into the other socket. Plugged into the hub is a joystick and a card reader. I have a problem in that the joystick, nine times out of ten, fails to initialise on startup, showing the exclamation symbol in Device Manager. I can disable/enable the joystick which solves the problem, but it would be nice not to have to do this. Could it be that the system is trying to initialise the joystick before the hub, or something like that? Any ideas would be much appreciated. Thanks.

  matt5705 07:32 22 Dec 03

can u give a bit more info plz

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