Feb 5 09:14:47 mucnb004 kernel: [ 1546.450023] uhci_hcd 0000:00:1d.1: host controller halted, very bad! After reading your post, I noted that the notebook had been running on for many days now. I posted it in desktop environments, not realising this problem is kernel-related: http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=39238Tonight I will try to disable USB 2.0 in my BIOS. Since this is now the landing for google, can you add that changing the USB ports on the lap can work in some cases. click site
Some of these may be machine-specific (e.g. i had an issue with the integrated camera, ubuntu wasn't able to find it, and was getting usb device descriptor errors.. Last edited by Mazaev (2008-02-27 01:59:19) http://www.boredom101.com Offline #12 2008-04-16 10:26:58 compwiz18 Member Registered: 2007-05-20 Posts: 3 Re: usb x-x: device not accepting address x, error -62 Just thought I'd say Solution On rebooting back to Ubuntu, I noticed an error message involving USB just because the Ubuntu desktop was displayed.
I had the "not accepting address: error" on both freshly installed Gutsy and a previous Ubuntu release. i put puppy on usb once, then it got buggered up!! I'd like to see USB2.0 speeds again... But this is not a SW issue for sure...
Then reconnected power. over 1 year ago Thanks a lot for your quick response. ;-) My problem is that I'm the Hardware-guy, while my ESW-guy is no longer working here. I am a devoted Linux user, Ruby programmer, Open Source software developer, photography hobbyist, and a world traveller. Rmmod: Error: Module Ehci_hcd Is Builtin. Anyway.
nothing. Usb Device Not Accepting Address Error 71 One is a 80GB hard drive usb and the other is a ATI remote wonder. What you wrote here solve the problem. One thing I noticed is that once you get that damn error, it continues to happen across all operating systems (have Arch/SuSE/WinXP) until the device is unplugged and restarted.
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. https://www.redhat.com/archives/nahant-list/2008-August/msg00012.html Yusuke over 4 years ago How can this be fixed, i mean, plug and play, like it's supposed to be? Device Not Accepting Address Error 110 Adv Reply December 9th, 2008 #9 jhoderd View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Dec 2005 Beans 10 Re: [SOLVED] USB: device not accepting Usb Device Not Accepting Address Error 32 gregorIO over 1 year ago Works!
Refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeamBugPolicies for more information. http://completeprogrammer.net/device-not/device-not-accepting-address-2-error.html more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I think the Ubuntu kernel devs should dignify us with a better answer than "wait for 9.10" (because it seems the 9.04 alpha also suffers from this same problem). will smith about 5 years ago God bless you! Device Not Accepting Address Error 62
i turned the computer off and it had no effect on the problem. Until recently I operated with a single external USB disk in one of the ports, which works fine. Wishing google would put your page first when researching that error message. navigate to this website In hindsight, it's pretty obvious now that the power button doesn't cut the power to the USB hub, so if you tripped the over-current protection, you need a full power off
C++ Assign to implicitly converted lvalue Term for "professional" who doesn't make their living from that kind of work What does 'apt-get install update' do? Device Not Accepting Address 7, Error -71 Nicolas lanzen (lanzen) wrote on 2008-08-24: #26 I've just run into this bug. And then I received in dmesg: [488990.724018] usb 1-4: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 6 [488990.874654] usb 1-4: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice Now the sanner
I had try with "irqpoll" kernel parameter and disabling USB but nothing work... Add the line: options scsi_mod inq_timeout=20 and save the file. My USB was detected straight away. Device Not Accepting Address Raspberry Pi Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.
Brian Hames almost 3 years ago I have a multi-card reader with addition USB ports & alternate power and it was driving me nuts - it worked before and didn't now. Found many related discussion, logitech wireless bug, mouse not starting needing to be re-plugged to start, but nothing matching or solving my own mouse issue. Necesité + de un minuto pero funcionó ********************** Thank you very much!! + I needed a minute but it works Jeffrey Lebowski 3 months ago As always, French people show great my review here JonW almost 5 years ago Yep.
I have attached my dmesg output. Finally I got my mouse working in archbang!!! I powered back on and all the USB ports worked! Michael.
Jul 8 14:50:36 greg-laptop hub 2-0:1.0: port 1, status 0101, change 0002, 12 Mb/s Jul 8 14:50:36 greg-laptop usb 2-1: USB disconnect, address 4 Jul 8 14:50:36 greg-laptop usb 2-1: usb_disable_device Is it worth buying real estate just to safely invest money? Finally, I installed Linux Mint and all USB port work like a charm. I just disconnected the power and re-connected the hub and it was fine.
iulian (iulian-ghinea) wrote on 2009-12-22: #49 A solution for my case: I have a scanner: HP Scanjet 4370 and it was not recognized by th system. PS: Actual errors may vary. error 110 looks to be a hardware connection issue, from what I've been reading in other website posts while searching for error 71. passed by 7 months ago Thank you for this, to me i changed the USB to front panel and everything worked i guess it was drawing too much power from the
Coben over 2 years ago Thanks so much!!! Sometimes there are just some small incompatibilities between pieces of hardware. I had a logitech USB keyboard on a ThinkPad T420 and apart from the lower right USB port all others threw this error. joel 8 months ago Merci beaucoup dan 8 months ago Thank You !!
Many, many thanks to you! When I try to mount them again after such crashing (or just after having them unmounted manually before), they won't work anymore. What does that mean? Switched to a better quality 60" cable which works.
Michael Butler almost 3 years ago unplugging it & plugging it back in didn't solve it for me.