It doesn't state the driver that's being affected, but it does state the stop code. I've removed all USB related items and re-loaded USB drivers with the same result. A powered hub might solve the too much power draw problem. blah - blah ? http://servergeek.net/bsod-when/bsod-when-playing-d3.html
The USB drivers are up to date, and other devices (like a printer) work just fine in the same USB port. If things were working just fine before and you updated the chipset drivers or something of that nature, chances are those drivers don't play nice with everything else. PCWorld Home Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online What's New? Non-system disk or disk error.
Try touching the case prior to plugging in your USB device and I believe you will no longer have this problem ID: 1047053 · ded1o1 Send message Joined: 29 Sep I think the ports on the back of the PC are fine.[/quote] Really sounds like a bad ground. I have seen bad front ports 'take out'(fry) a new Ipod The stick could be infected with a virus or have some other autorun setup on it that the PC doesnt On most modern hard drives, this is instantaneous.
But you got a BSOD (bluescreen) which counter indicates the hardware issue. Is that a driver for an old wireless card or a previous USB adapter? Go figure. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/bsod-when-inserting-usb-drive/ Some files were deleted and restored.
I've searched the code to no avail.STOP: 0X000000FC (0XBAD078E8, 0X0A9DF963, 0XBAD07848, 0X00000001)Please help this is very annoying.I've tryed...-System Restore-Removing any newly installed software-Cleaning registry-Plugging in device and restarting (I still got I've tried using the driver that windows installs automatically and I've tried using the one that is posted on the website as the most current and up to date one and It took a few minutes but it crashed again and then I did the same thing a couple of more times and have the crash logs to prove it Attached What can I do to fix this problem?
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Memtest showed thousands of memory errors, and never a repeating address. My guess is a driver issue, and most likely not the USB drivers themselves. The computer runs 100% stable except for this issue. http://servergeek.net/bsod-when/bsod-when-using-new-msi-nvidia-460-gtx.html I've ran chkdsk, did the defrag and ran some other clean up utilities and that did help everything run smoother but still no matter what I do, the system will crash
Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. WARNING!!!!Any changes you make in the registry can make the computer unstable or UN-operable.In Windows operating system especially Windows XP, when you plug in external USB or FireWire mass storage device The drive letter for the USB and FireWire should now appear and you can use the drive normally and properly again. 11.For OS earlier than Windows XP which you have previously
the default for every install of Windows since 2000 (xp, 2003, vista, 7, 2008) is to automatically reboot when a BSOD happens. Brought the voltage up on the RAM by one notch, and the problem went away. Finally, I loaded Ubuntu on this unit and again, the USB worked fine. I gotta fever and the only prescription is more cowbell.
AstroPulse is funded in part by the NSF through grant AST-0307956. But, these instructions will give you a place to start looking. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - How resolved by daryl_holt Â· 8 years ago In reply to This might be helpfull... Drivers don't always have the manufacturer's name on display but sounds like you got rid of the one that was causing the problem. weblink by Peconet Tietokoneet-217038187993258194678069903632 Â· 8 years ago In reply to BSoD when inserting USB d ...
How do we know that Cantor's diagonalization isn't creating a different decimal of the same number? It happens with a couple of different flash drives so I susspect a computer fault rather than a flash drive one. 08-10-2010,09:17 AM #6 wainuitech View Profile View Forum Posts Private by ThumbsUp2 Â· 8 years ago In reply to BSoD when inserting USB d ... Thank you for the suggestion.
I think the ports on the back of the PC are fine. The computer just restarted.