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Usb port connection

Ever since i got my computer back from repair i have a usb connection problem ! every time i plug in a usb cable to the usb port the computer says it is not connected ! ex. when i plug in my camera or daughters digital art studio !

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  • dawn5533 Mar 04, 2008

    yes i tried both front and back and nothing !

  • dawn5533 Mar 04, 2008

    my camera and any thing i plug in there and the repair was the replacing the hard drive

  • dawn5533 Mar 04, 2008

    yes win xp and how do i check the board for pins ?

  • dawn5533 Mar 04, 2008

    yes

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What are the other peripherals that are not being recognised? I mean the things that are on the other end of the USB cable. What was the repair?

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    Steve Duddy Mar 04, 2008

    Okay, Let's slow down for a moment. I don't think you are prepared to open up the computor and fiddle with the mother-board as my esteemed colleague suggests. Let's try a few more questions. You wrote: "ex. when I plug in..." I took this to mean "nothing works EXcept when I plug in... So, is it true to say that you cannot get anything to work in any way on any USB port?

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    Steve Duddy Mar 04, 2008

    Hi again, Dawn

    If I am correct in assuming that you where hoping for a "typing" solution rather than a "lets open her up, and start pulling things out" solution, I would suggest the following:

    Unfortunately it seems, that your problem is not software related and my best suggestion would be to take the unit back to the people who effected the repair as they are most likely the culprits here. Sorry I could not be of more service. Regards.



    I know it was not a solution to your problem, but I hope it helped you determine a course of action.

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    Steve Duddy Mar 08, 2008

    If my response was helpful, won't you please close this query by voting.

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Are the devices drivers are installed???

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    isaac johny Mar 04, 2008

    what operating system are you using??

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    isaac johny Mar 04, 2008

    if you use xp and even then you experiecnce this then..
    the service man would have improperly inserted the usb pins on the motherboard.....

    have you tried both the front and back usb ports??

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    isaac johny Mar 04, 2008

    was the repair you performed on motherboard???

    then the pins should be the problem for sure...
    see the manual and pin it properly....it ll work better again...

    thankyou,,,

    johnychel

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    isaac johny Mar 04, 2008

    anyways just check on the board for the pins....
    you are running win xp rite???

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    isaac johny Mar 04, 2008

    trace the wire that comes from the usb port...it will be a set of 4 wires..2 data n 2 power lines....

    see if it is fitted on the motherboard to their respective sockets...

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Connect the power cable to the back of the computer tower. The male end of this plug is often on the computer, but it is recessed into the casing. Once this power plug is connected, you don't want to plug it into an outlet until the entire computer is set up. Attach the monitor cables to the back of the monitor and then to the back of the computer tower. This cable will probably be the VGA type, which has a wide set of prongs in the middle and two screws on the outside. Be sure to twist the screws in to ensure the cable has a solid connection. Secure the monitor's power cable to the back of the monitor and then plug it into an outlet or power strip. Attach the mouse to the USB port on the back of your keyboard. The keyboard then plugs into another USB port on the back of the computer tower. Turn on the computer and the monitor.

If the computer powers up but the monitor doesn't display anything, make sure the VGA monitor cable is secured. If the status light on your monitor doesn't turn on, check the power cable connection. Check that the mouse and keyboard work once the computer turns on. Now you can hook up other devices, such as a printer or a web cam. A printer often can connect to a USB port and also may have its own power cable; a web cam usually just plugs into a USB or firewire port.

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  1. Plug one end of the RJ-11 telephone cable into an unfiltered telephone wall jack (enabled for Sympatico High Speed Internet service).
  2. Plug the other end of the RJ-11 telephone cable into the DSL port on the back of the modem.
  3. Plug one end of the RJ-45 Ethernet cable into your computer's Ethernet port.
  4. Plug the other end of the RJ-45 Ethernet cable into the Ethernet Port 1 on the back of the modem.
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Trying to connect HP Laserjet 2100 (works fine with XP) to Pavilion dv7 with Win7 64 bit Professional. I downloaded the PCL5 driver from HP but it will not print. I am using a Manhattan parallel to USB...


Did you download the Win 7 64 bit drivers for this printer. If not i suggest try downloading the drivers from the following link


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The icon on the USB cable (c01424575.gif ) faces up when the cable connects to the product correctly. Check the back of your product and the back of your computer to make sure the USB cable connects correctly and securely.
After you make sure the USB cable connects correctly and securely, review the following guidelines to check other potential USB-related problems:

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  • USB cable length. HP supports USB cables less than 5 m (16 feet, 5 inches) long. However, a USB cable that is 5 m (16 feet 5 inches) long must be of high quality. Otherwise, HP recommends using a USB cable that is less than 2 m (3 feet, 3 inches). Do not use patch cables to increase the length of an existing cable. Use a powered USB hub if you need more length.
  • Alternate USB ports. Connect the USB cable to another port on the computer to make sure that the USB port on the computer is not the cause of the problem.
  • Defective USB cable. Replace the USB cable to make sure that the existing cable is not defective.
  • Conflicting USB ports. Disconnect any other USB printers, USB scanners, USB cameras, and any other USB connected peripherals. Start reconnecting these devices one at a time to determine if one of the devices is using too much power. Consider purchasing and installing a powered USB hub if necessary. NOTE: A USB-powered hub is a device that increases the number of available USB ports on a computer and facilitates communication between the USB devices and the computer. A powered USB hub can resolve communication failures between some, but not all, USB chipsets and HP products.

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tion one: Check the power supply Follow these steps to check the power supply to make sure that it is functioning correctly.
  1. Turn the product so that you can access the rear side.
  2. Unplug the power cord from the back of the product. Figure 1: Unplug the power cord from the back of the product
  3. Remove any devices between the product and the power outlet, such as surge suppressors or power strips.
  4. Plug the power cord directly into a wall outlet.
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  • If the test page takes significantly longer than 30 seconds to print, continue to the next solution in this document.
Solution two: Check the USB connection
  1. Disconnect the USB cable from the back of the HP product. Figure 2: Disconnect the USB cable from the back of the HP product
  2. Disconnect the USB cable from the back of the computer.
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  4. Reconnect the USB cable to the back of the product and the computer, according to the following guidelines: The icon on the USB cable (c01424575.gif ) faces up when the cable connects to the product correctly. Connect the small end of the USB cable to the back of the product Connect the other end of the USB cable to the computer
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    • USB cable length. HP supports USB cables less than 5 m (16 feet, 5 inches) long. However, a USB cable that is 5 m (16 feet 5 inches) long must be of high-quality. Otherwise, HP recommends using a USB cable that is less than 2 m (6 feet, 6 inches). Do not use patch cables to increase the length of an existing cable. Use a powered USB hub if you need more length.
    • Alternate USB ports. Connect the USB cable to another port on the computer to make sure that the USB port on the computer is not the problem.
    • Defective USB cable. Replace the USB cable to make sure that the existing cable is not defective.
    • Conflicting USB ports. Disconnect any other USB printers, USB scanners, USB cameras, and any other USB connected peripherals. Start reconnecting these devices one at a time to determine if one of the devices is using too much power. Consider purchasing and installing a powered USB hub if necessary. NOTE: A USB-powered hub is a device that increases the number of available USB ports on a computer and facilitates communication between the USB devices and the computer. A powered USB hub can resolve communication failures between some, but not all, USB chipsets and HP products.
  6. After checking the USB connection, print and time a self-test page again.
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  • If the test page takes significantly longer than 30 seconds to print, continue to the next solution in this document.
Solution three: Check cartridge compatibility Incompatible cartridges can cause the slow printing problem. To check the cartridge compatibility for your product, go to HP SureSupply . To identify your cartridge in a language other than English, click the language link near the globe icon (c01906983.gif ) in the upper right corner of your browser. Examine the cartridges in your HP product, and then follow these steps to check which cartridges are compatible with your product. The number on the cartridge label must match the numbers listed on HP SureSupply.
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  4. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. Figure 4: Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet
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  6. Reconnect the power cord to the product and wall outlet, and then turn on the product.
  7. Print and time a self-test again.
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If you go to the Canon support site here you can downlod easy setup instructions. This page has some other manuals and user guides that may also be of use.
Here are the basic usb cable instructions:
Connect the USB Cable Correctly (i70 / i80 / iP90) Instructions to connect the USB Cable Correctly to the printer (i70 / i80 / iP90). Before connecting the cable
After confirming the printer and computer are turned off, connect them using the USB cable (sold separately).

Note: Below is an example of what a standard 'A to B' USB Cable looks like.



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How to connect the USB cable
  • Plug the flat connector of the cable into the USB port of the computer.

    Note: If there are two or more USB ports in the computer, any available port may be used.

  • Plug the squarish connector of the cable into the USB cable receptacle of the printer.

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<1> Computer's USB Port
<2> Printer's USB Cable Receptacle



I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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USB Cable Looks Like This:
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If it is the USB cable , it will connect to the back of your computer in a USB port, which looks like this:
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It it is the LPT cable , it will connect to the back of your computer also:
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