USB Cable Modem causes problems recognizing other USB devices!
almilis at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 02:48:20 UTC 2008
Nils Kassube <kassube at gmx.net> wrote:
>> The current (temporal) fix is: on boot, turning on the USB
>> printer, plug in the USB flash disk, and last turning on
>> the USB modem.
> The reason for your problem could be that the modem tries to allocate the
> entire available USB bandwidth. If this is true, you can give the modem
> its own bus. Usually there are several USB busses but each bus can have
> more than one connector. If you look at the output of the lsusb command
> (in a terminal), you can find out if there are other devices connected to
> the same bus as the modem. Change the connections in a way, that the
> modem is the only device on the bus. If you don't have enough connectors
> to do that, you could try to use a hub for the other devices.
Thank you. I will try it later (at home).
FYI: my motherboad is ASUS P4S333 (SiS 650).
Hopefully the motherboard has more than one USB bus.
Raja Ali M.I. Ilias, Bengkalis, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AliMilis
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