Had one instance of this error last week, was able to over-ride it (not sure how I did that), but now each time I plug my camera in to the USB cord, this same error pops up. I have tried my other USB Cables in every port and they work fine. I hooked this USB cable up to my laptop and get the same error message. The other USB cables that I use are for Logitech cordless mouse, dell keyboard and Linksys router. I unplugged all cords and power cords today and unplugged main power source from wall and left it unplugged for about 6 hours. Rebooted and still have the error. When I click on the error message, it is bringing up the hub ports and showing it as unknown. I've reloaded the driver and still get the error. Is it possible that the cord itself is bad? I just don't believe it's my Motherboard since all the ports are working for the other items. Also, where exactly can I purchase an AC Power Adapter? I bought this camera at Walmart 2 years ago. I read on the Microsoft board that this may be due to the ServicePack 2 but not sure about that. Any help would be grealy appreciated.
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Fusererror indicates that the printer/MFP
has detected a problem with the fuser unit.However, certain rare occurrences, such as a power fluctuation or a static
discharge in the vicinity of the printer/MFP, can cause a false error messages to appear.
1) Make sure printer is plugged to wall
2) make sure printer has been in turned on in ambient temperature for 30 min.
3)Power off the printer/MFP, wait 30 seconds, and then power it on again. Did the error message return?
4)If possible, connect the printer/MFP's power cord directly into a grounded wall
outlet. In rare instances, a surge protector, extension cord or uninterruptible
power supply (UPS), can generate false error messages. Verify also if the
printer works on a 110 or 220 volts source.
Make sure that the power outlet matches its working voltage rating.
If you still get the error message, I suggest you contact Lexmark Technical Support.
There are different types of USB port. For instance my computer has two types. One with a blue connector and one with a black connector. It might be that your USB ports are not suitable for that device. You need to check the specifications of the USB ports on your computer and the specifications of the MP3 player. Continuing to use the device might cause damage to the computer.
OK if you have anything plugged into the USB Ports at bootup, unless Keyboard or Mouse, remove everything, and see if it boots normally, if it does, then the "Hub" you are using may be faulty, or a device you are using is drawing a lot of current at switch on and overloading the USB bus, that can only supply 500mA. If it still does it, and you do use a USB KB & Mouse, then remove them one at a time & reboot, between, and see if it was one of them causing the problem. If you have nothing attached then your internal USB bus is flaky.
I'm assuming you're not using a hub but plugging directly into one of the USB ports on your laptop?
First, have you installed all current patches for your PC? I think this was a common error message that was hotfixed some time ago, so be sure your OS is up-to-date. If so, you could try to uninstall all USB ports in device manager, then restart. When your system is up, go to the first USB device and right-click, then turn off warning messages. This is just for the error message, you may have a problem with your Zen as well so try it on a different PC if possible but I'd do that when it's fully charged. You may need to do a hard reset (instructions in your manual) to get it to work but that may delete all of the Zen's contents, so that's a last resort.
unplug your mp3 player immediately!! it will fry your mp3 player if you leave it plugged in!! try adjusting the player's settings and seeing if there is somewhere to switch it from '1000mah' to '500mah' or lower. try that. if it still gives the error try a different usb port.
Possibly a short in the camera, cable, or the port itself. Recommend trying another port. If that doesn't help, then please see the following blog article, as it describes the use of a card reader as a much easier, faster, and less error prone way to download your photos. In fact there are several important reasons discussed in the article for using a card reader vice downloading from the camera. USB Card readers are also very inexpensive these day, with cost virtually not an issue:
Connect the camera whilst it is switched off....then when you power on...it will ask if you want to connect via PC or bridge....if that still throws up power surge...you need to use a different cable as the power ballast on the cable is faulty.It is much easier to just use a card reader....cheap off eBay.
open your device manager and click view by connection option a usb component will be highlighted then uninstall and reinstsall with cam hooked up to usb port.
you may need to use a inexpensive usb2 port adapter about 1.00 in most dollar tree stores good luck one last thing make sure that your cam is configured for the type batterie's you are useing
Hi, are you using a USB hub or attaching directly to the computer USB port?
If you are using a USB hub, which is then connected to your computer ... you either need to
Plug the camera directly in to the computer so that the computer supplies the USB with more power to the camera.
If the USB hub has a power plug/adapter, use it so the USB hub gets more power to handle the task.
Buy a different USB hub that has a power adapter so enough juice can be supplied to the tasks that USB is asking to do.
Some USBs on the computer aren't giving enough power, you may have a bad USB port, try another one.
Use a Card Reader, which is much faster to download pictures than from the camera.
Reason: some times, the USB task is asking for a lot more power than is being supplied through the current USB path. You have to either add power through an adapter or plug directly in to a power source (like the computer directly, or a reader that doesn't require as much power to operate it).