3300 averatec dont power on and usb port not working
I already checked the device nanager the usb says is still working but when use flasdrive its not working..already tried troubleshootng..also the keypad is not working, to use it i still have to press shift to use the letters..and sone letters when i press is not working. what will i do? is there any repair shop in the philippines?? i fro the philippns> pls eail fab_hetty@ yahoo.co
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try the Averatec if you still have warranty on it. ask for a recovery cd. if your out of warranty already. try this website, this might help you. www.drivershq.com/Drivers/AVERATEC/3300.../3300/.../Drivers.aspx .
Wireless mice have two parts. The mouse which needs regular battery charging and the receiver. The receiver is a USB device that plugs into any of the USB ports on the back (near the DVI port) or on the side below the audio jacks. Plugging into a USB hub is an option but can give an extra area of trouble-shooting when it fails.
If the port doesn't work, try a different one. Check that the USB ports aren't disabled for security or power-savings. Make sure the receiver is showing that it is active and that the mouse has good batteries.
One of the biggest issues can be waking from sleep with a USB device. This is changed in the advanced power savings in Windows.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (since my wired mice need to be replaced every few years, I suspect wireless mice have similar failure issues.)
go to the Averatec support driver page and download new drivers for the USB. Sometimes these are listed as "chipset" drivers, which is a set drivers bundled into one. below is a link to where you can download files
Swapping hard drives only works if the hard drive is swapped into an identical computer with the same device configurations, CPU and RAM etc.
The best way to copy or recover data from a working hard drive is to insert the hard drive into an USB hard drive adapter and plug it into a working computer's USB port. You should see this drive as an external hard drive and you can then copy or backup the data onto the computers hard drive or USB memory stick etc.
does your usb mem stick have any light indicators? if yes , whenever you put you usb stick, does it light? if it lights are USB ports is still ok, You just have to reformat or partition you USB stick.
(you can also try other devices like usb mouse or any usb devices that lights up when you connect it)
if there are no lights if you plug, or no indication that a power goes to your stick, its possible that your usb your are busted. if this is the case, if your laptop has a PCMIA slot, you can find a pcmia USB card, if you dont have. your only option is replace the motherboard.
If your system is USB 1 rather than USB 2 then some flash drives will not work. Not all usb 2 flashdrives are backwards compatible. My kids flasdrives will only work on my usb2 ports & will not work at all on my wife's computer which has the older usb 1 ports.
Go to Control Panel=>System => Harware=> Device Manager. Under the "Universal Serial Bus Controllers" delete all USB root hubs & controllers/ ports & then Action=> San for hardware changes That shall freshly install the USB ports on your system & shall work.
A couple of things you can try:
1. In your Device Manager, un-install all USB instances then reboot. Win XP will auto detect and auto install back the USB drivers;
2. On reboot, again in your Device Manager, all instances of USB Root HUB, right click, click on Properties, Power Management tab, un-check "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power."
3. Download, install and use to format flash drives the HP Drive Key Boot Utility (cp006049.exe) available at http://h18023.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/download/23839.html
If for some reason none of the above will for you, you may need to install an external/powered multi-port USB 2.0 Hub.
Hope this be of some idea/help. Post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.