USB Hub Problem.

  joethebow 23:25 02 Aug 04
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The other week something went wrong with my digital camera usb cable. The camera stoped connecting to the PC. Not only that but all my usb connected equipment stopped working.

I disconnected the cable and found my external usb hub was not working. Connecting things individualy I had to reinstall my printer, scanner, Palm and modem software. But the hub still wouldn't work.

So I bought 2 new hubs and tried these, they come up as unrecognized devices.

I tried the camera out on a friends cable and PC, it works fine. Tried the cable on his PC, it crashed.

So my question is could I have done some damage to the USB port on my PC so hubs will no longer work?

The USB is integrated into the motherboard. I run XP on an AMD 1600XP with 560MB RAM.

I tried a separate USB PCI card but that wouldn't work either. I'm going to try the hubs on a friends machine tomorrow but I thought I'd get the ball rolling.

  johnsims 23:46 02 Aug 04

Have you tried uninstalling the USB from device manager and then after a reboot reinstalling it from the mobo driver CD?

  joethebow 19:21 03 Aug 04

Tried that but as soon as I deleted the Drivers XP reinstalled them. Then I had to reinstall my USB modem software. The Hub still comes up as an unknown device and locks the USB untill it is removed.

I tried the hub in a PC running Win 98 and it worked perfectly.

  SantasLittleHelper 19:32 03 Aug 04

Do you have a VIA chipset, if so try downloading the latest drivers from the VIA website and install them.

  SantasLittleHelper 19:34 03 Aug 04

Try this link click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:36 03 Aug 04

via 4 in 1 drivers available at usbman.com gives loads of advice about usb problems

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