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When I come to load new hardware to my computer it says I dont have sufficient usb access (or in so many words). I have the 'root hub' and 'host controller' so i dont know what the problem is!! please help!

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  • clairelou402 Aug 08, 2008

    how do I solve the problem? when i go to my computers 'properties' and click on 'device manager' it shows 5 universal host controllers (to different numbers) and 5 root hubs, do i need all of them?

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Some usb hubs don't handle enough power to maintain all the items. I'm not possitive if this is your problem but it sounds like a similiar problem I had in my office and that was the problem.

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