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  1. #1

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    Hey there,

    Anyone having trouble with their USBs?

    I had been patiently awaiting DT v4.00, and it finally arived, and tried to install it several different times, several different ways, with no success.

    Since I NEVER had a problem with DT 3.47, I read through some of the forums, found out how to properly un-install
    DT v4.00, and get 3.47 re-installed, only to find that now, when I plug in my USB pen drives (any of them), I hear the sound that tells me 'USB plugged in', I can see the drive in disk management, but even though I assign it a letter manually, it still does not appear in explorer.

    Any advice would be helpful.

  2. #2

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    I dont know if this is going to be of any help to you....but sometimes if the power supply is slightly insufficient for instance lots of devices plugged into the usb ports at the same time...try a different usb port and or unplug any other usb devices and see if the same problem exists if it does can you post your machine spec? its hard to assist without it
    ReBeLlIoN

  3. #3

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    There is a known issue with memory card readers in 3.47 -- I'm not sure about usb drives.
    the modern world:
    net helpmsg 4006

  4. #4

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    For those in the know, here are some of my system specs:

    Monitor NEC Multisync 1250 22", Daytek 17"
    OS XP SP2
    power 350W PSU
    sound SB Audigy 2
    video ATI All in wonder 9600
    MB ASUS P4P800 SE (8*USB 2.0, SATA support, Marvell Yukon LAN, SoundMax, more)
    Intel 2.8GHz HT prescott 478 1M cache
    RAM 4*512MB pc 3200 400mhz (running @ 320mhz, different clocks)
    200G Maxtor SATA
    200G Western Digital
    DVD Lite-On 8,4,12+-DVDRW
    Modem Motorola Surfboard 5100 + CAT6
    Mouse Logitech MX500 optical (USB)

    Update: Its more than just my usb sticks, its anything usb; my camera, mp3 player, etc. goes 'do-do' like something plugged in, but no new drives appear in explorer at all. Actually, my mouse is still working, but it probably uses a different driver. I can manually assign a drive letter and get access, but I am seriously looking to get the usual kind of access back.
    Last edited by billytex : 02.12.2005 at 00:38

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    Similar problem, except it doesn't load mine at all. Device Mangler just shows it as a partially installed device (driver failed to load).

  6. #6

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    I have this exact same damn problem.....crap, I hope someone finds a fix.

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