Blue screen when playing iTunes on Logitech Z-10 speakers
I have a Dell Inspiron 700m running Windows XP Home. I recently bought the Belkin Wireless USB Hub. I've found that anytime I play music via iTunes on my Logitech Z-10 speakers through the wireless usb hub, within 40 minutes, my computer blue screen crashes and it specifies the following technical information: "stop: 0x0000007E (0xC00000005, 0X804E83D4k 0XF7B2ABE4, 0XF7B2A8E0)" [I tried using Windows Media Player and it crashed even more quickly with a slightly different set of characters.]
I have installed the latest driver and firmware for the hub.
The speakers work perfectly when connected through a usb cable directly into the computer.
Unfortunately, tthe folks at Belkin's technical support have been of zero help and I think I'm going to need to return it.
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Before, you return it, can you unplug the Wireless USB Hub, and plug in your iPod and does it work just fine? Also, the USB port that you're plugging it into - is it USB 2.0?
If both answers are YES to the above - then definitely return it.
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It looks like Belkin stop support on certain models of Belkin, even thou you don't state the version model. But if you have a chance, visit this microsoft website which explain that it's not compatible with Windows 8.1
Your problems with the Belkin 7 port are not due to the Dell computer or the XP OS. To problem solve, select on USB port and stay with it, not the 2 top ports for your keyboard and mouse.
1. Plug in the power adapter, wiggle it about, widen the prongs, change outlets at the 120 v. end.
2. Use an simple hand magnifier and peer closely at the DC input plug and be positive that the center post and the minue side piece of metal if in firm constact with the plug. If cannot insure a firm fit, sligtly bend that tiny metal piece towards center. Option 2, use another adaptor with the precise voltage as the original and the idential pin that inserts into the module.
3. Use another or new USB connector.
This list does not imply a specific order of diagnosis. Your fundamental problem is the failure to delive DC power to the Belkin hub or to capture the hub to USB port signal. In a phrase, you gotta short somewhere.not an issue with the computer or the XP operating system.
do one thing boot ur vista without usb hub then go to device manager remove your usb drivers of the hub disconnect the hub from computer, restart notebook, then connect the hub back when windows boot let vista to install the driver of that hub, after that connect your devices one by one ok let me know what happen? :-)
There is an option called wake-on-LAN that will wake up your PC if some traffic comes into it from the ethernet. You will want to disable that feature.
You might find it under setup when you boot you computer, or you might also find it under control panel / power.
I typed msc config into the run command and unticked the box that disables wireless zero (under the start tab). This requires a restart to take effect. I then unticked the 'let this utility manage the connection' box in the belkin utility and then started wireless zero. Windows then picked up the wireless connection and let me connect - no more problems. I also found there were some problems with signal levels but a small relocation of the router solved that one too.
Normally the USB hub is design to connect to the device that doesn't consume electricity like handy drive,MP3 player.So in your case the multifunctional printer, I think this one really need a direct connection to your PC,instead of going through USB hub.Try to move some other device to connect to this hub and connect your printer directly to PC..due to many restriction with printer like electricity,port,etc...
This could be a lot of things, but I would wager it is the result of network traffic congestion, if this is truly being used for a WiFi network... First thing to troubleshoot this would be to take the WiFI out of the mix and just use a hardwired solution to see if it still hangs.. if so, then the problem may be drivers for your system, and you may need to upgrade them..
May even be software.. might try seeing if any newer versions of your player are available.