Power Surge USP Ports In Front Of Dimension 5150


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French Quarter

Power Surge USP Ports In Front Of Dimension 5150

What are some causes of a Power Surge On Hub Port ?

XP Home / Srv Pak 3.
HID-compliant consumer control device
USB Human Interface Device (2x)
HID Keyboard Device
Microsoft USB Wheel Mouse Optical
USB Composite Device
USB Mass Storage Device
USB Root Hub (5x)

Dell.Dimension.5150.DM051_3.00 gigahertz Intel Pentium.4_Bus.Clock.800
megahertz.htm

The USB ports(2) in the front have problems. The same camera, printer,
phone, flash drive, etc that is plugged into the REAR ports have an error
message when plugged into the FRONT 2 Ports.

"ERROR MESSAGE"

* * Power Surge On Hub Port *
"The USB Mass Storage....etc "

The USB ports (5) in the rear work perfect.

What would you do ?

Im sorry the SAINTS are beating the Devil out of your Teams.
 
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Andrew E.

Usually the USB ports in front are/were an optional installaion.With the
owners manual & the USB socket for the rear ports,check the wiring
configuration,it must be exact..Also,with some MBs,what looks like a USB
socket,isnt,even though it has the right amount of terminals for USB.Again,
refer to the owners manual.
 
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SC Tom

French Quarter said:
Power Surge USP Ports In Front Of Dimension 5150

What are some causes of a Power Surge On Hub Port ?

XP Home / Srv Pak 3.
HID-compliant consumer control device
USB Human Interface Device (2x)
HID Keyboard Device
Microsoft USB Wheel Mouse Optical
USB Composite Device
USB Mass Storage Device
USB Root Hub (5x)

Dell.Dimension.5150.DM051_3.00 gigahertz Intel Pentium.4_Bus.Clock.800
megahertz.htm

The USB ports(2) in the front have problems. The same camera, printer,
phone, flash drive, etc that is plugged into the REAR ports have an error
message when plugged into the FRONT 2 Ports.

"ERROR MESSAGE"

* * Power Surge On Hub Port *
"The USB Mass Storage....etc "

The USB ports (5) in the rear work perfect.

What would you do ?

Im sorry the SAINTS are beating the Devil out of your Teams.

Being a long time Colts fan, ever since they and I were in Baltimore, I'll
just say, you're going DOWN!!!
LOL!!

Anywho, check the front port's cable where it plugs into the motherboard.
It may have vibrated a little loose. Look inside the external port and see
if
there is any dust build up. Occasionally, I have to reach inside mine to
pull the dust bunnies out (I use one of the disposable dental brushes for
it). The cooling fans pull through every little opening as well as the front
vent.
If worse comes to worst, you can always get a powered hub to hook all your
stuff to. I had to do that when I got an Xbox360 controller. It draws 500mA,
maxing out one port, but pulled the power down so much my external sound
card didn't work right. I picked up a 7 port external hub and have it all
plugged into it except for my USB keyboard and wireless mouse. No problems
since.
 
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