Re: usb port problem
I have the same problem, where did you get the drivers?
> Thanks. Power was not the problem as the display message in the blackberry
> I unistalled the device, intstalled new drivers and voila, it is working.
> Wrong window messages are very misleading (the device manager also said the
> drivers were updated)
> "R. McCarty" wrote:
> > Many Pocket PCs/Blackberry Smart Phones draw a USB Root Hub
> > limit of 500mA of current. Different devices draw different amounts of
> > current. If the device is USB-2.0 then it is routed to an Enhanced
> > controller/hub. If USB1(.l) then it routes to one of several Universal
> > controller/hubs on your motherboard.
> > To check USB Bandwidth and Power consumption.
> > Open Device Manager. (Run (Type) DevMgmt.Msc [Enter]
> > 1.) Expand the USB category
> > 2.) Double-Click each Controller - when the details box opens click
> > the Advanced (TAB) it will display the total % of bandwidth used
> > and system reserved.
> > 3.) Double-Click each Root Hub, from the details box click the Power
> > (TAB). It will show the total current draw on the hub.
> > I'd consult with the vendor. If the notebook can't natively handle a
> > Blackberry you'd be advised to return it.
> > "Fifi" <Fifi@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:2128B045-21F3-48AF-86E8-8794EE36336A@microsoft.com...
> > > Can't sincronize my blackberry with new notebook using Windows vista. A
> > > message on the blackberry says that the USB port doesn't have enough
> > > power. I
> > > check all in the device driver and all is OK. I can conect a camera do any
> > > of
> > > the ports. Nothing else is conected to the usb ports. Is that a windows
> > > vista
> > > problem?