Re: Incompatible USB 2.0 port
Just a suggestion, but I've seen some printers around the office with USB
ports which are for some purpose other than to connect through to your PC
(like a USB hub would). This is kind of confusing since most other hardware
(LCD monitors, some keyboards) act as USB hubs, but these printers don't.
Try plugging your flash drive into a port that's on the computer, not on the
printer & see if that works. If your box isn't particularly reachable,
consider picking up one of those snazzy USB hubs with a long cable.
"Tom Ferguson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Since this problem does not seem to have any relation to printing, faxing
> or scanning, perhaps it should be posted to a problem-related group such
> as microsoft.public.vista.hardware_devices.
> MSMVP 1998-2007
> The original is in encoded Chinese Traditional (Big5)
> "Scott" <NoSpam-Scott.Xe@GMail.com> wrote in message
>>I just purchased a new PQI USB 2.0 flash drive and inserted into the USB
>> port of my HP Pavilion a5068hk PC running on Vista Home Premium. The
>> cannot reconise it and asks for driver. The drive states Windows Vista
>> compatible. I insert it to other XP pcs and Vista pc and all work
>> correctly without any
>> need of driver. With other USB 2.0 flash drives, they work correctly on
>> this HP pc. It seems to me the Vista on my pc does not work correctly.
>> Can someone advise the possible reasons and fixes.