USB Problem - All devices


G

Guest

Hello!

I've installed Windows Vista RC2 5744 x86 on my laptop but I'm having
problems with USB ports!

On device manager, all ports are installed and drivers are up to date an
working correctly but the main thing is Vista won't detect any of my USB
devices!

Neither 3 Pen drives, neither Pocket PC and neither optical mouses!


I've tested on all 3 ports!

The laptop is Aopen 1557G and my USB controllers details are:

Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller - 24CD - WHAT IS THIS?

Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C2 - WHAT IS THIS?

Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C4 - WHAT IS THIS?

Intel(R) 82801DB/DBM USB Universal Host Controller - 24C7 - WHAT IS THIS?

USB Root Hub - WHAT IS THIS?
USB Root Hub - WHAT IS THIS?
USB Root Hub . WHAT IS THIS?
USB Root Hub - WHAT IS THIS?

The wierdest thing is that I have 3 USB 2.0 ports, and appeard 4 USB Root Hub.

I don't really understand the meaning of these devices!

Please help me!

Hugs and Kisses to all!

Deiota
 
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G

Guest

Updated:

Well, I was thinking that maybe it is a Plug and Play problem but it isn't!
I plugged my video camera firewire connection and all worked out OK. It's
simply a USB problem!!! All USB devices don't start!!!

Please HELP!!!!
Deiota
 
J

jdigger

I have the same problem. Just installed Vista RC1 a few days ago.
Surfing the net is no problem. However, my flash drives, usb scanner,
usb printer, all install with no problems, but, vista says it can’t
communicate with any of them. And it won’t recognize my external usb
hub at all. I have to plug them in directly.

Does anyone have a solution? They all worked great when I boot back to
XP.

Asus K8N nVidia motherboard
 
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R

rogerlebo

Hi!

I have the same problem with :

Vista build 5384 32-bits
Vista RC1 32-bits
Vista RC2 32-bits

But, my USB works perfectly with :

Windows XP
Vista build 5384 64-bits
Vista RC1 64-bits
Vista RC2 64-bits

Bonne journée! Roger
 

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