Cant install new operating systems from USB or CD and have RAM Issues.
The USB ports does work and the CD drive come out.
But when i want either try to boot Ubuntu Server 12.04 installer from a USB or CD it just boots the already installed Windows server 2k3.
It came with 2x1gb RAM cards and when i boot normally it starts to check the 2gb RAM but then fails and reboot and show theres only plugged in 1,5gb RAM and then tries to check them but fails and reboots and only show 1gb RAM but then checks it and run normally.
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Your USB ports on your Dell computer are plug and play. If you have issues with your USB port, it is port related, driver related or device related. The following solutions will help you identify the problem to resolve your USB port issues.
To Identify a Working USB Port
Begin troubleshooting your USB ports by checking Device Manager to see if your USB ports or hubs are working properly.
Click the Start button. ClickControl Panel.
ClickSystem and Maintenance.
Double-clickUniversal Serial Bus controllersand check to see if all your USB ports, hubs and controllers are functioning correctly. Any devices not functioning will have a yellow exclamation mark in front of them.
If Device Manager shows any USB ports, hubs or controllers are not functioning, check for updated drivers.
To Update the USB Port Driver
An out-of-date BIOS driver can create issues with your system recognizing the USB port.
Which USB port Damage because there are two USB port available.
One is Printer USB port or Sec is PC USB port.
If you are say PC USB port not working first you check it USB driver installed or not, or USB connect to motherboard or not. PC there are two side USB available one is front side and sec is back side. You connect only back side, because this USB connect to main board. So you connect only back side. If not working removed driver or installed driver.
Or if you are say printer USB then change cable or port or not solved only change option.
Read More Help.. If you have USB or Network Printer and are having trouble printing and HP Tech Support
if the usb detects other devices and not your drive,the drive itself may be faulty.If you plug in other devices in the usb and it detects them the usb drive or its connector is most likely bad.If it won't detect any devices the port is bad and drivers won't help.Possibly a motherboard issue.
You may have a problem with your drive or the usb ports so we need to check both. The green light usually just means the device is getting power.
The first thing to do is unplug the drive and reboot the computer. Make sur eit has finished booting up completely. Then plug it into a different usb port NOT the same one. If it detects and works it was just the operating system or motherboard not recognizing whats called a legacy usb device.
Next we want to try a different usb device in the computer to make sure the ports are working.
And we want to try the drive in another computer to make sure it is working.
At this point you will know if the problem is your drive or the port. If it is the drive you can get it runnning again sometimes by taking the actual drive out an dputting it into a new external drive enclosure kit.
have you connected the printer's USB port to your CPU? If not, then do so. If after doing it, still your PC don't detect your printer, make sure you have a functional USB port. To check it, try using a USB Flash drive if it works with your PC. If it won't, you might have to "Enable" your USB at your BIOS.
To get your camcorder to work properly with your PC (and show up in Device Manager), you must install the software (the driver and editing software) that came with your camcorder.
Your system also must meet the following minimum requirements:
* CPU : Intel® Pentium III 450MHz processor compatible or better
* Operating system : Windows® 98SE/ME/ 2000/XP
* RAM : 128 MB or more
* CD-ROM: 4x CD-ROM drive
* VIDEO : 65,000-color or better video display card
* Available USB port
* Hard Disc : 4GB (8GB recommended)
If the camcorder is still not being recognized after you have installed the software, reboot your computer, and then try another USB port or another USB cable.
If your problem persists, contact Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864). Be sure to have the model number of your camcorder handy and basic information about your PC such as operating system, kind of CPU, and available memory.