I once diagnosed a similar issue, an industrial computer board (which actually it was a former laptop line adjusted by Fujitsu-Siemens for industrial/medical use) and a FireWire industrial camera. Seemingly reloading the module (scsi_mod) does not cause the new configuration to take hold. Many, many thanks to you! Top hoodcanaljim Posts: 242 Joined: 2006/02/05 17:49:10 Re: usb errors on boot Quote Postby hoodcanaljim » 2011/10/05 23:53:39 One last time Well this time after rebooting there were no errors about http://crimsonskysoftware.com/device-descriptor/usb-2-1-device-descriptor-read-64-error-71.html
Detected by `fdisk -l` with no problem, mount would alway fail, with a lot of different 'device not accepting address #' error codes (-62, -101 and whatnot), in addition to error For some reason, the same drives still work on Macs. However, I thank Paul for his post, but I must report it did not work for me. I can't be sure what caused the condition after a year plus of usage, but I can confirm that after multiple reboots and even a distribution upgrade, the problem persists.
It solved my issue. Thanks a bunch for posting this. KAPIL DUBEY (kapil08dubey-w) on 2015-07-20 Changed in linux (Ubuntu): assignee: nobody → KAPIL DUBEY (kapil08dubey-w) See full activity log To post a comment you must log in.
Nothing that could drain so much power... –maximilian009 Dec 2 '12 at 17:35 Hmmm, it depends... The workaround from Mario and chrono13 didn't work for me. Martínez (jjmartinez) wrote on 2009-03-10: #43 I have the same problem (error -71) with a Novatel Wireless 3G Broadband Modem (MC950D). $ uname -a Linux osvlap01 2.6.27-11-generic #1 SMP Thu Jan Usb Error Codes I had to unplug the USB from the computer and the usb device power adapter from the wall.
Any idea on how to solve this? Device Descriptor Read/8 Error 110 What are the German equivalents of “First World War”, “World War I”, and “WWI”? The attached file contains uname, version signature, lsusb, dmesg. Tero Karvinen (karvinen+launchpad) wrote on 2007-12-31: Mobo USB ports work after BIOS update #13 My problem was bypassed by updating BIOS and using USB ports on the motherboard.
Who'd have thought power off / power on sequence would have resolved so much. Device Not Accepting Address Error 62 No one else seems to have discovered this, I've been reading other posts talking about unloading modules, and many other more complicated troubleshooting methods and fixes when I found your page. May be not just ¨Plug everything back¨, but play with minimal sets of devices. With 10.10 after the install and reboot I get the error USB 2/3 device descriptor read64, error -110 three times followed by usb-2/3 device not accepting address 4, error -110 usb-2/3
My printer is on bus 2. If the device works OK at full speed on the same system, after you "rmmod ehci-hcd", this is likely the problem you're seeing. Device Descriptor Read/64 Error 32 This fixed it for Mario and has worked great for me. Usb Device Descriptor Read 64 Error 71 Have you tried booting with ps2 keyboard ?
How to draw a clock-diagram? http://crimsonskysoftware.com/device-descriptor/usb-2-2-device-descriptor-read-64-error-110.html So thanks. If I un-mount the drive and try to re-mount it, I get the error again. Try again using all of the other sockets. Device Descriptor Read/64, "error -62"
Power cycling the printer works to resolve (sometimes) smallreactor (ecmporter) wrote on 2010-03-06: #28 I don't have the problem anymore. Probing ports directly. [ 1.809249] serio: i8042 KBD port at 0x60,0x64 irq 1 [ 1.809255] serio: i8042 AUX port at 0x60,0x64 irq 12 [ 1.809308] mice: PS/2 mouse device common for somebody plz help??? this content joee almost 4 years ago great, I was struggling with clonezilla and my new hdd Ciprian almost 4 years ago God bless you, man!
What to do when majority of the students do not bother to do peer grading assignment? Device Not Accepting Address Error 32 No amount of fussing with services or modules or rebooting brings it back. 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
USB Multimedia Keyboard as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.2/usb8/8-1/8-1:1.1/input/input3 [ 167.450978] generic-usb 0003:04CA:0027.0002: input,hiddev96,hidraw1: USB HID v1.10 Device [Lite-On Technology Corp. I was getting mad. From tragic experience, I know the USB connections on those drives to be prone to failure, often leaving only the FireWire ports functional. Device Descriptor Read/64 Error 18 This time it took the enter key right away.
A solution that has worked for many is shutting down the system, unplug the charger and USB for 5 minutes, replug charger and USB, restart the system. Plug everything back and boot into Linux. Some USB ports didn't work (as if they didn't exist). have a peek at these guys I still have to run fsck whenever this happens.
Hope that helps. Prior to upgrade, both Free Agent drives work properly (though they would sleep and disconnect). A soft reboot on didn't appear to fix it, so definitely power off/unplug/power on. I use Ubuntu 9.10.
gregorIO almost 2 years ago Works! This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. Jose A. twsh 6 months ago Thank you very much, I thought my hardware was becoming faulty.
This information hasn't been pulled yet. I almost want to throw the HDD. Perhaps something was changed regarding the USB enumeration process for this release? The time now is 08:04 AM.
I disconnected the machine, not shutdown -P and reconnected the power cord. By using shorter (0.1m instead of 1m) cable did eventually solve the issue for me, but not power plug/unplug games... I see it like your USB port sent the initial request but did not receive an answer.