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Hopefully, this information will help those who might have insight into what is causing the problem. Type and brand name of USB device causing the problem. There is no write protection switch on the device. 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

Makes me feel kind of special. Thanks Ask a new question Read More Windows XP Computers USB Devices USB Drive Related Resources USB thumb drive shows in Explorer, but prompts to insert disk when clicked usb 3 Transfer Xp Files Over Other Drive With Win7 Can i have a drive with windows 7 on it and another with windows xp and then transfer xp files over? This shouldn't have any bearing cause this happens before windows starts up also.

Computer Shuts Down When Usb Is Plugged In

View 2 Replies . I plan to remove one, stick in the terabyte sized drive, format it and put windows 7 on it. Those RunDisk units are very cheaply made (the USB connector is just tracks on the PCB :eek: ) but the one I've seen does work. Power supplies do lose their gain after years of use. 305 Watts was once enough working power in the days of Windows 95 or Windows 98 and there was not as

Found stuff about USB problems and lock-ups etc, but not switch offs. Dumb Queston #2: How do I know if it is?I'm going to clean the inside of computer. New Members: Please click here for the Bleeping Computer Forum Board RulesMy Career Involves 37 Years as an Electronics Repair Technician, to Which I am Currently Retired From.I Am Currently Using Unplugging Usb Turns Off Computer TEEBEE21-06-2005, 11:17 PMGo to where you may find help in the user manual.

I also performed a mcafee scan (for viruses, trojans, adware, spyware, malware, etc) on both the dell 3000, and the 160 gb drive. Laptop Turns Off When Usb Plugged In Posted On: 2009-11-07 . Back to top #6 BlueGazoo BlueGazoo Topic Starter Members 57 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:47 PM Posted 14 July 2010 - 04:00 PM Thanks Bruce,I'll answer your questions in red text Thanks again, Bruce.

Dunno how useful it will be.... How To Turn Off Usb Ports When Computer Is Shut Down The flash drive will draw power from the PC as it doesn't have its own supply. Will ready boost still function properly if the indicator is red when dedicated entirely to ready boost? Hello,'Okay.

Laptop Turns Off When Usb Plugged In

Your problem has nothing to do with software..... godfather21-06-2005, 05:50 PMThe maximum that the USB drive can use from USB port is only 2.5 watts though, and thats far less than the variations caused by other devices operating normally. Computer Shuts Down When Usb Is Plugged In Even if the drives are still attached (to that front usb port), windows wont shut down. Plugged In Usb And Computer Died Posted On: 2010-05-05 .

You could post a link if you like? except it is a usb 2 port and it was working at usb 2 speeds earlier. Transfer Files From External Hard Drive I am trying to transfer files from an external hard drive to my new windows 7. So just try a new one, it should work. Computer Restarts When Plugging In Usb Device

View 5 Replies . This takes too long and isn't acceptable. Once it's plugged in OK it operates flawlessly - quite fast too, compared to Sisoft records. have a peek at these guys Just tape it up and not use it?

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Event Viewer by yus2aces / September 14, 2010 5:27 PM PDT In reply to: USB devices shut down laptop... How To Make A Usb That Shuts Down A Computer Back to top #12 BlueGazoo BlueGazoo Topic Starter Members 57 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:47 PM Posted 22 July 2010 - 11:45 AM Thanks Chew:I can only disable the entire Quad by User-_-Name / November 16, 2013 1:37 AM PST In reply to: Connecting devices via USB causes laptop to shut down...

I have upgraded my chipset and deleted all of the usb drives in the device manager but after rebooting this drive still does not work.

Usb Flash Drive Not Seen In My Computer But Seen In Drive Management I have a problem win 7 dose not recognize usb flash drive it is seen in drive management and That puts more demand on an older power supply, to which in the day it was manufactured was sufficient enough, but isn't enough with todays technology. The USB thumb drive is likely causing this. Computer Wont Turn On After Plugging In Usb I found some info on this problem (at least i'm assuming this is the same thing) Here: http://social.

solved My USB drive gets hot when its inserted into the Port and its not detected when i insert it. So if you are not finding any hardware defects, your solution may be updating your PSU to one which has a larger WATTAGE output, in other words enough Amperage output to I'll bypass it for a while and see if it still happens. Posted On: 2010-07-11 .

Thanks Here is some follow up procedures I performed, to narrow down what is causing the problem (1) after plugging in a 1 Gb kingston flash drive, into the same port Perhaps it is with the(usb) drivers, or some program holding up windows, preventing it from shutting down ( but why it would only happen in the front port, I don't know. I have to hold the computer power button to shut off the computer. Can't transfer a large file (5 gig) to a flash drive, says file to large and flash drive is 64 gig with lots of empty space.

Posted On: 2010-06-25 . Edited by BlueGazoo, 16 July 2010 - 02:15 PM. I routinely plugged the external drive into the front usb port of my computer. The usb drive has been functioning on my machine for over a year until recently.

I believe that's what it is... Maybe the mobo though? I have also tried other usb ports and all my other devices work in all of the other ports.could there be a conflict in the system preventing the installation? The external drive works fine, and I have no problems disconnecting the drive.

Had a customers PC doing the same with front USB ports, removed the USB ports from the PC, put them back - all fixed.


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