Re: Vista SP1 and USB drive - Computer not responding
I have the same problem.
MB: Asus P5W64 PROF
CPU: Intel Core2Quad
SysOP: WinVista.Ult.x64 SP1
After installing SP1 USB device non work correctly.
This when i connect USB.HD.Ext.Drive.Verbatim.500GB or USB.Memory.Stick
(128MB, 1Gb, 2GB) or Printer.Canon.MP970 (via USB port).
USB.Ext.Drive and Printer have an external power supply.
USB.Ext.Drive work properly with other pc (WinXP.PRO.SP3)
(Excuse me for my bad english...)
"Pavel A." wrote:
> Perhaps the disk does not receive enough power from usb.
> Can you try an external power supply, or Y cable?
> "Cathode Follower" <CathodeFollower@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message news:4DDCE9D2-9826-484F-9A53-7EA90F3F587A@microsoft.com...
> > I have got exactly the same symptoms with a Dell Dimension 9200 and a
> > Philips
> > spd100cc/00. This external usb drive also works perfectly well with
> > Windows
> > XP on a Dell Inspiron.
> > "Tom" wrote:
> >> When I connect a USB drive (SATA, 120GB) to a Vista Home Premium
> >> system (SP1), and Computer is selected, the Computer window says [not
> >> responding], as does the Management Console. Only when the drive is
> >> turned off, do Computer and Management Console function properly.
> >> The Vista system is running on an HP slimline desktop with an AMD
> >> Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor, running the 32-bit OS, and using a
> >> high speed USB 2.0 enclosure (# ECS-STU35) with the Vista's USB
> >> drivers.
> >> BTW, the same USB drive mounts and its contents are accessible when
> >> attached to an XP Pro (SP2) system.