We just released another Fix it Knowledge Base (KB) article. This Fix it disables selective suspend. Disabling selective suspend allows Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 to detect a new USB device as described in KB 314634. This Fix it also automates method 3 of KB 895962 and KB 902274 along with the workaround section of KB 817900.
Did I miss something? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314634 states to go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\USB . There is no "USB" in services.
Hello Gis Bun,
If you open a command prompt (select the Start menu, select Run, type cmd, click Ok) and type "reg query hklm\system\currentcontrolset\services\usb" (without the quotes) does it return "Error: The system was unable to find the specified registry key or value"?
If you do get the error message above you can check in device manager (right mouse click My Computer, select Manage, select Device Manager) to see if there is a "Universal Serial Bus controllers" listed. Check for any exclamation marks in a yellow circle. You can also check to see any of the devices listed under "Universal Serial Bus controllers" are set to disabled.
If "Universal Serial Bus controllers" is not listed in Device Manager then the USB controller might be disabled in the BIOS. Usually when you boot up your computer during the first few screens there is an option to select F1, F2 or delete to enter the BIOS. Each BIOS is a little different so I am unable to give exact navigation steps to determine if the USB controller is disabled in the BIOS but if you check each of the menus you should see a setting for USB.
Checked. I did get the reg query error but the device manager lists "Universal Serial Bus controllers" - none with exclamation marks. My current system [a P4] has an Intel 8280 USB 2.0 Enhanced controller.
Thanks for posting back a response. You can also check in Device Manager to make sure that none of the USB devices are disabled. If you right mouse click each item listed under "Universal Serial Bug controllers" you can check to see if any of them provide an "Enable" option.
Another option if that doesn't work would be to check out KB 310575 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310575/).
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Everything is enabled for me 9no yellow or red flags).
This isn't critical for me. My original comment was that the USB key didn't exist in this system. I never stated that I had a problem....
Thanks for getting back to me. I guess I should have asked if you were having an issue. :)
I hope you have a great day.
I have an ID for sky but I cannot send or receive e-mails what must i do now?
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Your symptom description does not appear to be the issue addressed by this Fix it.
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appears to work and easy. thank you
myUSB drive on me computer arent working i did all of the steps except fr the advanced ones on http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817900
and yet my usb drive doesn't work. what else can i do??
whenever i put a usb cord in my computer i see the USB device not recognized message.
I have also tried all the steps and my USB ports are still listed in Device Manager but when you plug in anything nothing is recognised.
any ideas what to try next?
I am having exactly the same problem, namely nothing is recognized when plugged into the USB ports. I get the error message noted above when looking into the registry but when I go to the device drives, there are no errors or problems noted, no yellow flags, etc. The diagnostics at start up show the devices are working properly. Windows XP by the way, any further suggestions?
fix it did not fix it. great idea though thats the way it should be. as you were
2 of the ports still not working.
Ports have not been working since I noticed this error message on starting the computer, it says
error 0701, over current on HC / PORT BUS:OOH DEV:1DH FUN : 00H / Port 00H and
error 0701: over current on HC / PORT BUS:00H DEV: 1DH FUN : 00H / PORT 01H
Press F1 to continue or F2 for setup
Same thing here. Tried the auto fix and it didn't fix it. My computer recognizes and launches Firewire H/W and USB for other devices. But this older device somehow got "flipped" to the caching before unplug state for faster running instead of safe off docking. I want to reintroduce it to my pc. Trying everything, nothing works.