Last edited by wcorey; October 31st, 2010 at 07:49 PM. Also, both have Dell keyboards. It didn't work there too. –Hanna Jul 3 '15 at 12:37 In windows on another computer? Thanks Chuck Changed in linux-source-2.6.15: importance: Untriaged → Medium Dean (dean-s-wood) wrote on 2006-08-20: Re: [Bug 54273] Re: USB device not accepting address: error -110 #5 Hi, Please find attached a
Can't be certain, though, but I thought this might be a useful hint. yeah.. Michael Schwartzkopff (misch) wrote on 2009-02-05: #42 Hi, I see the same errors here on my notebook (kernel 2.6.27-11) when I connect my usb mouse. I had to unplug the USB from the computer and the usb device power adapter from the wall.
Just wondering why this bug still exists as I have seen reports back to 05? so.. I guess it is something to do with how the kernel interacts with / sets up the USB system. Device Descriptor Read/64, "error -62" Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
I hope Meltedfusion (emmanuelvlz) wrote on 2008-07-17: #24 I too have the same usb issue. Device Descriptor Read/8 Error 110 Something else that is different, not to conflate this problem with another is both of those machines (from Dell) came with Win 7 installed, both have Raid 1 configured. share|improve this answer answered Feb 20 '14 at 10:29 Pathfinder 961515 Interesting, I also tried it on a Windows 7 machine where it would just show the USB drive In iMessage for iOS, can I delete an individual photos from a conversation?
Solution originally found in report of bug 261710 (Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB USB key causes device descriptor read/64, error -110) Posted this solution to bug 54273 (USB device not accepting address: Usb Error Codes You may save yourself some time. My Sony Vaio was effected by this after an upgrade to 2.6.31-14-generic and I tried every suggestion from this site and ubuntuforums, long story short, the ultimate fix was to unplug jcasanov (jcasanov) wrote on 2008-10-01: #32 I just installed ubuntu intrepid with kernel 2.6.27-* and error remains... (see bug 261710) harvest316 (harvest316) wrote on 2008-12-09: #33 I can confirm that a
The logging of this error should be radically reduced, I'd really prefer, say, once an hour to once a second. This leads me to believe it might have something to do with the way Ubuntu unmounts drives. Device Descriptor Read Error 110 I was at a loss after a few reboots until I tried a fully cold boot [as opposed to use of both soft-reboots and the reset switch], at which point the Device Descriptor Read/64 Error 32 vBulletin ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
We do have at least one thing in common - we both have Dell Keyboards. The system took 2 minutes to boot (as opposed to 10 seconds usually) and the mouse and keyboard didn't respond when the greeter appeared. Gregster (madd0131) wrote on 2009-11-02: #8 Update- the problem is being caused by my HP LaserJet 1018 printer. The device name usually pops up, doesn't get the name though.... Usb Device Descriptor Read 64 Error 71
Disconnecting my computer from power fixed it. You should then be able to test via a LiveCD. Encode the alphabet cipher How big can a planet be My 21-year-old adult son hates me Dozens of earthworms came on my terrace and died there Generate a one-path maze AWS I unplugged and replugged the mouse and keyboard, and they still didn't work.
But since I use a hub I can live with that for now. Device Not Accepting Address Error 62 For some reason, the same drives still work on Macs. Hope that helps.
I'm running Ubuntu 14.04. I also have seen this same problem on other computers. unfortunately it doesnt work with my new H/W config. Device Not Accepting Address Error 32 Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 007 Device 006: ID 04eb:e033 Northstar Systems, Inc.
Can anyone tell me what's going on? Perfect! Feb 5 09:14:47 mucnb004 kernel: [ 1546.450023] uhci_hcd 0000:00:1d.1: host controller halted, very bad! What's interesting is this went from a high speed USB to a low speed USB.
smallreactor (ecmporter) wrote on 2010-02-08: #25 "16.344038] UsB 1-6 device descriptor read /64 error -110." This is the errormessage I get. Gregster (madd0131) wrote on 2009-10-31: #6 Same issue, same error, no controls for a full two minutes, neither USB nor Bluetooth. harvest316 (harvest316) wrote on 2008-12-09: #34 FYI: I have a Dell Dimension 5100 with a Samsung USB Memory Card Reader, and I'm on Intrepid 188.8.131.52.13 chrono13 (chrono13) wrote on 2008-12-09: #35 I.e. 180V Mains on a 240V Computer?
I tried adding an extra usb disk but it fails with the same message. Subscribing... Nor can I remove the ehci_hcd module any longer, since it's apparently now builtin. Note: Previously I tried just unplugging the computer and letting it sit for a while; that didn't work.
I'm going to try that on here and if it works i will post the update. pavel (spvkgn) wrote on 2014-10-24: #53 I'm on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS i686 and this error still occurs sometimes with Logitech unifying device [ 31.440058] usb 1-4: device descriptor read/64, error -110 It looks like some kernel upgrade (-14 -15 -16, I don't know) changed something in USB. Maybe your motherboard it's overloaded with devices that consume all the available pwoer.
Lucas C. (lucasoptura) wrote on 2009-11-23: #12 Download full text (5.4 KiB) This problem began with an upgrade to kernel 2.6.31-14-generic. Adv Reply March 26th, 2013 #10 stbcomp View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Sep 2006 Beans 9 Re: USB 2/3 device descriptor read64, Unplug power to Inateck - pull wall wart plug from wall socket. All the errors in my case are on bus 7.
The keyboard doesn't work during boot.