I tried to attach my w300i to my desktops usb port,then my computer had a long time processing it to make it appear on the screen "usb recognized",what i did soon after was i detached my phone from the usb port of my desktop and put it back in quickly..what happened after was it went white and it didnt turned on well since..when you turn it on it just turns white screened in an on and off sequence..what is the problem of my w300i and what can i do to make it fix?
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None of them? Front or back? Turn on the computer and notice the screen to see what key ist says to hit to get into the Bios or System Setup during the boot process. Once you get in look to make sure the USB is enabled.
Hopefully you are not trying to put some new device into the port that might be too advanced for your system. Some systems can't handle things like a 1TB external drive.
Make sure you try something in the usb port that you know worked in the past and try different ports.
Step 1 Before you start working on the USB port, make sure that your device is not the problem. If the computer says that the there is a new USB device but that it cannot use it, typically there is a problem with the device's driver and not the USB port. If this is the case, your best option is to re-install or upgrade the device driver. Try inserting the device to another computer. If the device works, most likely the problem is with the computer and not your device.
Step 2 Try rebooting the machine. Rebooting a computer resets all of the software to the default state and will clean up many issues. The start up process also checks all of the devices on the computer and can sometimes fix a USB port. First shut down the machine. Connect the USB device up to the computer and start it. This reboot will sometimes fix a bad USB port.
Step 3 Try attaching the USB device on to another USB port on the same computer. If the device now works, the old USB port probably has a hardware or BIOS issue. Skip to step 5 to try to fix a bad USB port through the BIOS. Fixing a hardware problem on a USB port requires working on the motherboard which is typically more expensive just adding a new USB ports.
Step 4 Uninstall your computer's USB device bus manager. The device manager controls the USB access and sometimes gets corrupted. Fixing the USB device manager requires administrator rights on the machine. The best way to uninstall the device bus manager is to right click on your computer's icon and select properties. This will bring up the hardware settings for your machine. Click on the hardware tab and select the device manager. The device manager lists all of the devices on the computer. The next step is to open up the "Universal bus controller" option. Right click on all of the items under this option and uninstall them. Once all of the devices have been removed, restart the machine with the USB device connected. Upon reboot, windows re-installs the USB device manager. Most of the time, this will fix the USB port.
Step 5 The next thing to try is to check the BIOS. Restart the machine and enter the BIOS setup screen. You should check to make sure all of the USB ports are active. If they are, you should try resetting the BIOS settings to the defaults. The BIOS reset will sometimes fix USB port. But if it does not you will have to consider upgrading the BIOS. Upgrading a computer BIOS is very dependent on the motherboard manufacturer and you will have to visit your computer manufacturer's web site for detailed instructions.
Step 6 The last trick to try to fix a USB port is to repair your OS. Sometimes the USB drivers can get corrupted and break the USB ports. You can reinstall the system files onto the computer which should fix the USB port. Your data files should not be changed in this process, but it is a good idea to do a full backup of the computer ahead of time. In windows, an OS re-install is done by loading up the windows installation CD/DVD and selecting the repair windows installation. Just follow the steps and you often have a fixed USB port at the end of the process.
Refresh and reinstall USB Ports Of Your ComputerHello there, the other day i tried refreshing and reinstalling the USB ports on my PC, as some of my connecting devices are not recognized. I present the detailed procedure on refreshing the USB ports. Let’s go!!
Here are the steps to refresh/reinstall/uninstalling the USB ports on the computer.
The USB port needs to be refreshed to make sure that no other device has captured the USB port of the computer. The Mouse, video camera, your external USB hard disk; what ever it may be.
Follow the steps given below to refresh USB ports.
1. Right-click My Computer icon on the desktop, and then select Properties. 2. Click the Hardware tab. 3. Click the Device Manager Button. 4. Click the plus (+) sign to the left of Universal Serial Bus controllers. 5. Right-click the device listed under Universal Serial Bus controller and select Uninstall. 6. Click OK to confirm the removal of the device.
Please note, repeat Steps 5 and 6 until all the devices under Universal Serial Bus Controller are removed.
7. Shut down the computer.
CAUTION: Ensure that the Shut Down option is selected, instead of the Restart option.
8. Wait for 5 seconds and then restart the computer. When the computer restarts, a "Windows has detected new or added hardware" message window will open.
The above steps will refresh the USB ports.
Now connect the USB devices like mouse, video camera, your external USB hard disk...USB hubs...whatever you like and the drivers should install automatically.
Tip: It is always recommended to connect the main USB devices at the rear end USB port. As they require more power to initiate. The above steps are for XP operating system. When coming to the matter of Vista, please note the changes below: =========================== 1) Right-click Computer icon from the desktop , and then click Properties to open the System Properties window, and then select the Device Manager tab.
2) Click the Plus (+) sign next to Universal Serial Bus Controllers/Root hub.
3) Click the USB Composite Device entry to highlight it, and then click Remove. If a screen appears to confirm the deletion, confirm the deletion.
4) Disconnect the USB cable to the all-in-one, wait a couple seconds, and then reconnect the cable. This should restart Windows device detection (Plug and Play).
5) A New Hardware found screen may appear, click next through all of the screens that appear for the Wizard to install the USB Composite Device. Click Finish once the wizard completes.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Good morning! first, make sure your external hard drive is properly connected to the USB port, then try to start / restart your computer again, automatically the computer should recognized the attached external HDD. best regards.
ya u are rite connect the cable thr will show that mtp connected then transfer music but is it hanged on than this means ur usb port has problem than try to use different usb port...make it sure u are using rear usb port of ur pc.....hanging problem is only due to breakage in transfer of data that is only due to low usb port...i have same problem i always connect my media player in front usb port of pc then i got to know that it has low speed than i connect it to rear of usb port in my pc that is high speed port than it worked smoothly
The housing is difficult to do. You have to be careful to not rip the flex cable that connects the two pieces. Once you remove the orange button on the side you will see a blue circular type pin. You must push that in all the way while gradually pulling your phone apart. Also at the same time you want to watch to make sure the flex cable don't snag itself of the folding parts. It slides in one way and you must be careful to not rip it. It is kind of in an S shape and slides in very delicately. once you get this part then the rest is easy to do. I hope this helps some and good luck. And yes I do repair these and replace all the parts on these phones so I know how difficult it can be for the first time. If you have anymore questions or if you want me to elaborate more on this just let me know.