Have you tried booting with ps2 keyboard ? I also tried Redhat 7.3 on a very old hardware 333MHz P2 and that worked, but that hardware is not USB 2.0. Thanks! I had the same problem. weblink
The attached file contains uname, version signature, lsusb, dmesg. asked 3 years ago viewed 18111 times active 4 months ago Related 0Reading from a generic USB HID interface in Debian?3Debian device descriptor read 64 error 710Python usbmount checking for device I tried it twice and have attached both as they appear slightly different whendetecting the usb hub but I don't know enough to tell if this is relevant. Here are the entries from my /var/log/messages.
I'm average user not expert eyrieowl (eyrieowl) wrote on 2009-11-01: #47 uname, version signature, lsusb, dmesg Edit (254.9 KiB, text/plain) I'm gettting the "unable to enumerate error" in a brand new Jesper K. Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community.
Mark Stosberg (markstos) wrote on 2009-01-30: #41 I had a laptop that suddenly started to the exhibit the error "USB device not accepting address: error -110". It installed flawlessly and I see no issues with USB at all. I have 4 usb ports 2 in front and 2 in the back. Device Descriptor Read/64, "error -62" dato000 over 4 years ago thank you very much!!!
As it also might be a bios problem: I have the latest version of bios 2.6.3 . Usb Device Descriptor Read 64 Error 71 Jonathan Young over 2 years ago I fixed this error using a different (shorter) USB cable. I encountered a similar problem with error code 110. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/54273 How do computers calculate sin values?
It works fine on 10.10 on a Dell XPS 9100, which I can not see the difference between the 9100 and 9000. Device Not Accepting Address Error 32 Let's do the Wave! You need to recompile the kernel such that a few things are included: CONFIG_SCSI, CONFIG_SCSI (for block devices...can't remember the exact name), CONFIG_SCSI (for general devices), and need to be sure JonW almost 5 years ago Yep.
No, I don't see anything of interest in the google results...it worked on 10.4 and works on F13. http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/139009/usb-error-110-power-exceeded-but-works-when-reconnecting I guess my question really was what would cause this issue which seems unique to that machine and that OS. Device Descriptor Read/64 Error 32 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. Device Descriptor Read/8 Error 110 Who'd have thought power off / power on sequence would have resolved so much.
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 http://applecountry.net/device-descriptor/device-descriptor-error-110.php Thus, the problem was bypassed. 4) Side effects: Front USB ports don't work at all anymore, and no lines are printed to dmesg or syslog when USB stick is connected. Booted. 2) Mobo ports: Connected USB stick to motherboard USB port on the back of the computer. 3) Success: Rythmbox "Music Player" automatically started. It worked until today. Device Not Accepting Address Error 62
Why do most log files use plain text rather than a binary format? Did you try to connect any other device to the port while watching dmesg? SK-8125 Keyboard Device Descriptor: bLength 18 bDescriptorType 1 bcdUSB 1.10 bDeviceClass 0 (Defined at Interface level) bDeviceSubClass 0 bDeviceProtocol 0 bMaxPacketSize0 8 idVendor 0x413c Dell Computer Corp. check over here What can I do to fix this.
I reinstalled Windows on the HP, and now the Sansa connects just fine, so it is definitely a problem with Linux. Linux Usb Error Codes It can be a shorted USB port. I can't see it! (And I wrote about 2 pages worth of directions!) Let me know if you still need help...
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and if you don't know what man is try "man man". (i mean that exactly as i typed it.) now, compiling into the kernel is more complicated or more simple depending However, in case #2 there is still a problem from an end-user point of view: the error message is logged to syslog once a second. Turned it physically off (using the switch in the power supply), and left it off for 3-4 minutes. this content Good luck, and thanks again to Mario Italo.
but it now fails after i formatted using mkfs.vfat. chivi 11 months ago Nice short article. Juan jose 3 months ago ¡¡Muchas gracias!! The OS is in an USB 3.0 Stick pluged directly on the motherboard (no USB-Hub or sth).
You're a genius! :) chromewavez over 3 years ago AWESOME!!! For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Richard Ayotte (rich-ayotte) wrote on 2008-12-27: #38 dmesg.log Edit (122.3 KiB, text/plain) Richard Ayotte (rich-ayotte) wrote on 2008-12-27: #39 lspci-vvnn.log Edit (12.5 KiB, text/plain) Mary Gardiner (puzzlement) wrote on 2009-01-04: #40 Chuck Short (zulcss) wrote on 2006-08-19: #4 Please attach the output of dmesg as an attachment.
Time to get out the manual about how to build the kernel... Then try them again in Linux. This time it took the enter key right away. Please use [ 15.286170] nf_conntrack.acct=1 kernel parameter, acct=1 nf_conntrack module option or [ 15.286171] sysctl net.netfilter.nf_conntrack_acct=1 to enable it. [ 17.205193] usb 2-3: device descriptor read/64, error -110 [ 18.242523] br0:
I tried adding an extra usb disk but it fails with the same message. Thanks Chuck Changed in linux-source-2.6.15: importance: Untriaged → Medium Dean (dean-s-wood) wrote on 2006-08-20: Re: [Bug 54273] Re: USB device not accepting address: error -110 #5 Hi, Please find attached a share|improve this answer edited Feb 18 '13 at 14:39 Ivan Ferić 3,569112441 answered Feb 18 '13 at 14:18 canatan 61 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign I hope Meltedfusion (emmanuelvlz) wrote on 2008-07-17: #24 I too have the same usb issue.
I'm using Blueman to manage my bluetooth devices. WinXP sees them right off the bat and says they are 'MALFUNTIONING' and to replace them. Can my boss open and use my computer when I'm not present? The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report.