[Bug 15279] hub3-0:1.0:connect-debounce failed port1 disabled

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------- Additional Comments From jlahitte at gmail.com  2005-12-11 15:45 UTC -------
I just tried but no improvement, I'm still blocked at the same step.

(In reply to comment #0)
> While trying to install Ubuntu Hoary (the same thing happen with the actual
> unstable version Breezy), I have this error 
> 
> hub3-0:1.0:connect-debounce failed port1 disabled
> hub3-0:1.0:connect-debounce failed port2 disabled
> hub3-0:1.0:connect-debounce failed port3 disabled
> and it goes up to "port 6" and then start again to "port 1".
> The instalation is then blocked at the first step.
> 
> I have tried to boot the original kernel of the Hoary version with the :  noapic
> acpi=off nolapic options. Nothing fixed the problem.
> 
> This problem seems to be in relation with the motherboard Asus A7N8X-X that I
have.

(In reply to comment #1)
> If possible, please upgrade to Dapper's 2.6.15-7 kernel. If you do not want to
> upgrade to Dapper, then you can also wait for the Dapper Flight 2 CD's, which
> are due out within the next few days.
> 
> Let me know if this bug still exists with this kernel.

(In reply to comment #0)
> While trying to install Ubuntu Hoary (the same thing happen with the actual
> unstable version Breezy), I have this error 
> 
> hub3-0:1.0:connect-debounce failed port1 disabled
> hub3-0:1.0:connect-debounce failed port2 disabled
> hub3-0:1.0:connect-debounce failed port3 disabled
> and it goes up to "port 6" and then start again to "port 1".
> The instalation is then blocked at the first step.
> 
> I have tried to boot the original kernel of the Hoary version with the :  noapic
> acpi=off nolapic options. Nothing fixed the problem.
> 
> This problem seems to be in relation with the motherboard Asus A7N8X-X that I
have.



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