I am having problems downloading anything to my program files. i get this error message 1317 saying it can not create a directory for c:documents and settingsall usersstart menuprograms. the other problem is the power surge on the hub port. i plugged my printer back in and now i get that. on top of all of this i need my printer for work and i can not re-install the software and i can't connect the thing.
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This error could be anything from cd/DVD needs clean, program corrupt, to viruses. If you can clean your player and re-install software and drivers your left with problems with the laser pick up in the cd/DVD, still program corrupt or viruses.
The likely problem is that the download did not complete properly.
Please check the file size of the downloaded file against what is
listed in the download. This often also results in a "Bad CRC"
error. Both these errors can be fixed by making sure you have a
complete download. Some users have found that being connected to their
companies VPN can cause downloads to be slow and timeout, resulting in
an incomplete download.
If you have received 0 kb files have found that disabling Norton
Internet Security or other firewall on their computer has solved the
Below, is a site that may help you. www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000726.htm
The USB device could be drawing more current than the USB port can supply or the USB port may be faulty.
Get a powered USB hub and plug it into your computer's USB port and then plug the USB devices into the powered USB hub.
umm, usually you can't. your board is probably feeding too much current/voltage to the usb ports or someone shoved a paperclip into the port and shorted it out (frying the power supply to the usb ports) in any case, you will probably need a new motherboard or power supply.
Try this to find out which one of your components has an issue. Turn off your machine then unplug all of your USB cables. Turn your machine back on and plug in one of your USB cables. Verify the component you just plugged in works correctly and if it does plug in another cable and verify that component is working. Continue these steps until you have the one component that displays the error you have seen. That component is most likely the cause of your issue and should be replaced.
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.