Task to fix a manufacturing defect is well beyond most everyone’s abilities. If the camera wants to charge its battery, that usually takes an amp or more, and cannot be done successfully with a regular USB port. Logged BerenostGreenhorn Experience: Beginner OS: Unknown Re: Power Surge on Hub Port « Reply #8 on: September 16, 2011, 11:16:17 PM » not necessarily. I don't know if either of these things will help, since the problem appears to be a Win XP SP2 software issue (didn't occur prior SP2.) I doubt it is an Source
Demonstrates no basic knowledge of how hardware works. Okay. It will probably just get worse until the device eventually fails. I didn't do that and lost the ability to use my external hard disk on my laptop...again. click for more info
There is NOTHING hooked to the USB port. by R. Macboatmaster replied Feb 22, 2017 at 6:06 AM old emails etaf replied Feb 22, 2017 at 6:04 AM The USA is About to Elect... Power surge on hub port??
had this same problem with my HP pavillion a1130n running win xp. CarnageReport replied Feb 22, 2017 at 6:30 AM Possible Voip / SIP attacks? You should disconnect the device. and it wil not pwer on.
Nope...someone forgot to sign us up (at a university) for the extended warranty, so no fix there. Or don't even use it. I am more concerned with regaining access to my hard drive than getting rid of the power surge warning. look at this site If a transient did that hardware damage, what was the possibly damaged or overstressed USB device connected to that port when damage happened?
Now...here is what's distinctly different. The computer I had at the time only had USB port's on the back and it was a real nuisance to plug cameras and other stuff in. I tried plugging the HD into a Powered Hub. a full wipe of the hard drive, a fresh install of win xp, and ta-da.
installing a 1Kw power supply will do nothing to improve the size of the wire that provides power to the USB device inside of your computer. get redirected here Computer Hope Forum Main pageFree helpTipsDictionaryForumLinksContact Welcome, Guest. Folks, Thus far every entry I have read has had the common themes of USB port power surge error messages, various USB devices plugged in, quick fixes of disabling the event Similar Threads - power surge port power problem grampie, Sep 24, 2016, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 1 Views: 306 flavallee Sep 24, 2016 no power Castle1, Apr 3, 2016, in
Another fix that was mentioned- R73044- is totally unrelated. this contact form It will see the USB interface computer. I once had a powered USB hub with only a flash drive usually plugged into it. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - You have misunderstood!!
The most likely problem is with the design of the actual hardware.The person who designed the actual hardware (printed circuit board) that contains the USB interface didn't take into account the The Linux system is very adept to identifying a wide range of hardware devices, including USB drives.Also, the OP said he had no issue with installing windows XP again. Hope this helps you guys. have a peek here Same message.Downloaded chipset drivers from Dell and reloaded them.
Just so you know, I went to Best Buy and they tried to sell me a PC card for $70 and they said the usb hub wouldnt work, that the card All rights reserved. Stay logged in Sign up now!
The downloaded "patch" also did nothing to ameliorate things. I searched microsoft.com for this error, but I only see the suggestion to disable USB error messages, which doesn't help me. Six months in, the DVD drive failed, and has not worked since. http://dotbowl.com/power-surge/power-surge-on-hub-port.html One of the USB device has exceeded the power limits....".And in the dialog box (that comes after clicking on the tray icon) it displays "Unknown USB Device".At that time MOUSE AND
You will have to look inside the pc. Your cache administrator is webmaster. anyways ... Whatever was causing the conflict gets straightened out.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Likely problem ... It started intermittantly and I need to restart the computer to allow it to work again or turn off the d-link hub and unplug the usb. You may risk frying your mother board if you don't make some changes soon. It turned out that the plastic tab inside the usb port that keeps the four metal contacts in place had broken off.
However, I cannot find any mention in this long-long thread of my specific situation:I have a Dell Inspiron 6000, purchased 2.5 years ago. It even happens when I am filling out a form, such as this one (in your Forum). All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide â„¢ Ad choices Winkel Support Community Mijn account Winkel Support Community ×Close Knowledge Base English Power surge on the USB port in Windows 10 Logged Geek-9pmMastermind Geek After DarkThanked: 882 Computer: Specs Experience: Expert OS: Windows XP Re: Power Surge on Hub Port « Reply #11 on: September 17, 2011, 01:45:58 AM » Quote from:
by frightking / November 30, 2006 7:06 AM PST In reply to: Power Surge Actually I ended up takeing it to Best Buy and after they looked at it and tested power surge on usb port whilst using a powered hub Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by m240381, Dec 5, 2012. In this case a USB Hub with it's own dedicated power source is suggested. absolutely no problems since.
I don't see how that could a usb problem unless you have a usb network adaptor....." I never suggested using WinSockXPFix for solving the PowerSurge error on USB ports...you can track Thread Status: Not open for further replies. I needed the extra usb slots anyway, so it was a win win for me. I didnt have to do anything else.