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HP's USB port's being VERY picky

My zip drive works fine in my USB port(s), but NONE of my THREE usb ports detect my *MIDI CORD / KEYBOARD*. (I work with alot of music software, and the good ones won't work without a midi keyboard) My supercheap, school-issued IBM laptop had no problem with this, so I'm wondering if there's something extra that I have to do in order for my (older but better) *HP* to work with it...

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SOURCE: usb ports on HP pavilion 5000 have shut down

SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A CORRUPTED DRIVER OR HAVE LOST DRIVERS FOR USB PORT GO TO HP WEB SITE AND FIND YOUR COMPUTER AND DOWN LOAD DRIVER FOR THIS DEVICE AND SEE IF IT HELPS HAD TO DO ONE WITH LIKE PROBLEM RECENTLY , WORKED FOR ME

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SOURCE: HP Pavilion ZV5000, some key not working on

Yes, you can try re-seating the ribbon cable. Also remove any dirt with a paper.
If this does not solve your problem, then buying a new one may be the only option.
Trust me, computer peripherals are not meant for repairs.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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SOURCE: usb ports do not recognize devices when they are connected

what operating system you using? look in device manager all the way down see usb is there a yelow mark there?

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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If You are only one HDD connect then you make primary HDD jumper slot sat. And right direction data cable sat. And connect motherboard port proper.

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1. Ensure the USB port is 2.0
2. Connect the drive directly to the USB port on the computer system. Do not connect the drive to a USB Hub
3. Try a different USB port on your system
4. Disconnect all other USB devices except a keyboard or mouse.

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You need to ensure you are using the recommended media list.
2. Make sure the drive is listed okay in Device Manager. To ensure this, right click My Computer/Properties/Hardware/Device Manager. You should have a listing here for optical drive. Double click on the optical drive and make sure there are no yellow ! marks on the drive.
3. Get the latest Firmware updates available for your drive.
4. Make sure your System/Nero ASPI files are not corrupt. Go to Nero/Nero tool kit/Nero info tool. Click on the ASPI tab. In the arrow down tab, check both your system and Nero ASPI files. At the bottom, it should display ASPI is installed and working properly. If it does not, please get the latest ASPI update. http://sony.storagesupport.com/.

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1. Make sure the power cable connect properly.
2. Try sticking a pin in the little hole next to the eject button on the drive. This resets the reset button for the drive to open again.

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You have either a bad optical drive or optical port. You can still load the OS but you need to make a bootable USB drive and install that way. Or get and use an external USB optical.

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1) You need to replace the DC Power Jack. This is the port on the laptop where the AC adapter (Charger) plugs in. {Power port}

Most so called repair shops won't touch this. (Notice I stated so called) They will want to replace the entire motherboard. {Geeks are us}

A bona fide computer repair tech can replace the DC Power Jack. Cost of jack? Around $10. Repair bill? From $50 to $125.

[Entire laptop needs to be disassembled, down to the bare motherboard in the tech's hand. Precise de-soldering, and soldering skills, are needed for the DC Power Jack replacement. Reassemble laptop.

This gives you an idea of what is involved,

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/disassemble-hp-pavilion-dv6500-dv6600-dv6700-dv6800-notebooks/

[Older HP Pavilion DV6500 through DV6800 models]

DC Power Jack replacement,

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2007/12/06/dc-power-jack-repair-guide/

2) Replace the AC adapter. If the AC adapter has a separate cable from the power unit, to the laptop, then by all means just replace it. May be more of a headache, then just buying a universal AC adapter.

Barring none of the above is a feasible approach for you, and you wish to save the information on the harddrive, of both your laptop, and your brother's, I would suggest an economical external enclosure.

Remove the harddrive, and install it in the external enclosure. The enclosure has a USB cable, and is plugged into any available USB port on a separate computer.
(Desktop?)

The HP Pavilion ZE5000 series of laptops, (Business Notebook's), use an IDE (PATA) harddrive.
It is 2.5 inches across in width.
(Desktop harddrives are 3 and 1/2 inches across in width)

This is one example of a 2.5 IDE (PATA) external enclosure,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3169580&CatId=2782

To remove the harddrive, I'll need to know the exact Product Number.
(P/N)
This is on the bottom of the laptop in a white Service Tag.
(DO NOT give out the Serial Number. S/N)

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SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A CORRUPTED DRIVER OR HAVE LOST DRIVERS FOR USB PORT GO TO HP WEB SITE AND FIND YOUR COMPUTER AND DOWN LOAD DRIVER FOR THIS DEVICE AND SEE IF IT HELPS HAD TO DO ONE WITH LIKE PROBLEM RECENTLY , WORKED FOR ME

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becarefull you could havethe same or similar with the new os,if you know what i mean. cool

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