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Hallo there, sounds like your usb bus does not have either the needed power to handle the external device and capacitors which provide could be defective, which means they are loading up and then unloading which brings a usb stop up. otherwise check your system configuration for your usb port. power usage can be defined per port on either nix systems as also on M$'s;
other option is the power supply is of cheap make and the hardware inside cant handle the power needs.
1st: check usb port power definitions,
2nd: try other port
3rd: try other power supply
P.S. sounds maybe stupid but have you tried other usb port? some of the ports provide extra power as for un-powered hdd's.
Look in the manual of your handbook as for how much power is supplied by the divers ports.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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