RE: Crash Attaching USB Flash Drive Under SP2



JMcMusicman
07-10-2005, 12:31 AM
Did anyone ever get a solution to this problem??

I have 2 PC's, desktop & laptop, but am only experiencing the problem on the
desktop. Anytime I connect my USB flash drive (PNY 128), the system will
automatically reboot, and if I do not unplug the flash drive, the PC will go
into a continual reboot cycle. This only started after installing SP2.

The same problem occurs when pluggin in a Fujifilm digital camera into the
desktop... neither issue occurs with the laptop.

Any help would be appreciated...

Thanks
"PC Support" wrote:

> After upgrading a few machines to SP2 and attaching a USB
> flash memory key the system blue screens and reboots. At
> first I thought this was a localized issue but it occurs
> on all systems upgraded (each a different hardware config)
> and with 2 different makes of flash drives. We tested the
> following hardware:
>
> Defect Description:
> Attaching a USB flash memory key to a system running
> Microsoft Windows SP2 results in a system crash and a
> reboot.
>
> Machines:
> IBM Thinkpad T42 Series (laptop)
> Dell Inspiron 1150 Series (laptop)
> Gatway e2100 Series (desktop)
> Micron Milleniia (very old machine)
>
> Drives:
> IBM USB Key 64 meg
> Lexar Jump Drives 128 and 256 meg models
>
> Steps to Reproduce:
> 1. Upgrade any of the above listed machines to SP2
> 2. Attach any of the above listed flash memory keys into a
> usb port of the machine.
>
> My Question:
> Has anybody else encoutered this or have a workaround
> short of removing SP2 to resolve this issue?
>

Carl G
07-10-2005, 12:31 AM
I have XP PRO and SP2 and all work great for me. 3 diferent jump drives and
dig camera all work great.

--
Carl G
"JMcMusicman" <JMcMusicman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5976ABC0-2032-4686-9B82-35C9524609EE@microsoft.com...
> Did anyone ever get a solution to this problem??
>
> I have 2 PC's, desktop & laptop, but am only experiencing the problem on
> the
> desktop. Anytime I connect my USB flash drive (PNY 128), the system will
> automatically reboot, and if I do not unplug the flash drive, the PC will
> go
> into a continual reboot cycle. This only started after installing SP2.
>
> The same problem occurs when pluggin in a Fujifilm digital camera into the
> desktop... neither issue occurs with the laptop.
>
> Any help would be appreciated...
>
> Thanks
> "PC Support" wrote:
>
>> After upgrading a few machines to SP2 and attaching a USB
>> flash memory key the system blue screens and reboots. At
>> first I thought this was a localized issue but it occurs
>> on all systems upgraded (each a different hardware config)
>> and with 2 different makes of flash drives. We tested the
>> following hardware:
>>
>> Defect Description:
>> Attaching a USB flash memory key to a system running
>> Microsoft Windows SP2 results in a system crash and a
>> reboot.
>>
>> Machines:
>> IBM Thinkpad T42 Series (laptop)
>> Dell Inspiron 1150 Series (laptop)
>> Gatway e2100 Series (desktop)
>> Micron Milleniia (very old machine)
>>
>> Drives:
>> IBM USB Key 64 meg
>> Lexar Jump Drives 128 and 256 meg models
>>
>> Steps to Reproduce:
>> 1. Upgrade any of the above listed machines to SP2
>> 2. Attach any of the above listed flash memory keys into a
>> usb port of the machine.
>>
>> My Question:
>> Has anybody else encoutered this or have a workaround
>> short of removing SP2 to resolve this issue?
>>

Sleepless in Seattle
07-10-2005, 12:32 AM
USB 2.0 driver issue. Delete from device manager and reinstall.

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Jonah
"JMcMusicman" <JMcMusicman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5976ABC0-2032-4686-9B82-35C9524609EE@microsoft.com...
> Did anyone ever get a solution to this problem??
>
> I have 2 PC's, desktop & laptop, but am only experiencing the problem on
> the
> desktop. Anytime I connect my USB flash drive (PNY 128), the system will
> automatically reboot, and if I do not unplug the flash drive, the PC will
> go
> into a continual reboot cycle. This only started after installing SP2.
>
> The same problem occurs when pluggin in a Fujifilm digital camera into the
> desktop... neither issue occurs with the laptop.
>
> Any help would be appreciated...
>
> Thanks
> "PC Support" wrote:
>
>> After upgrading a few machines to SP2 and attaching a USB
>> flash memory key the system blue screens and reboots. At
>> first I thought this was a localized issue but it occurs
>> on all systems upgraded (each a different hardware config)
>> and with 2 different makes of flash drives. We tested the
>> following hardware:
>>
>> Defect Description:
>> Attaching a USB flash memory key to a system running
>> Microsoft Windows SP2 results in a system crash and a
>> reboot.
>>
>> Machines:
>> IBM Thinkpad T42 Series (laptop)
>> Dell Inspiron 1150 Series (laptop)
>> Gatway e2100 Series (desktop)
>> Micron Milleniia (very old machine)
>>
>> Drives:
>> IBM USB Key 64 meg
>> Lexar Jump Drives 128 and 256 meg models
>>
>> Steps to Reproduce:
>> 1. Upgrade any of the above listed machines to SP2
>> 2. Attach any of the above listed flash memory keys into a
>> usb port of the machine.
>>
>> My Question:
>> Has anybody else encoutered this or have a workaround
>> short of removing SP2 to resolve this issue?
>>

Redsoxnation
07-10-2005, 01:24 AM
Which USB port? The USB 2.0 root hub?

"Sleepless in Seattle" wrote:

> USB 2.0 driver issue. Delete from device manager and reinstall.
>
> --
> Jonah
> "JMcMusicman" <JMcMusicman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:5976ABC0-2032-4686-9B82-35C9524609EE@microsoft.com...
> > Did anyone ever get a solution to this problem??
> >
> > I have 2 PC's, desktop & laptop, but am only experiencing the problem on
> > the
> > desktop. Anytime I connect my USB flash drive (PNY 128), the system will
> > automatically reboot, and if I do not unplug the flash drive, the PC will
> > go
> > into a continual reboot cycle. This only started after installing SP2.
> >
> > The same problem occurs when pluggin in a Fujifilm digital camera into the
> > desktop... neither issue occurs with the laptop.
> >
> > Any help would be appreciated...
> >
> > Thanks
> > "PC Support" wrote:
> >
> >> After upgrading a few machines to SP2 and attaching a USB
> >> flash memory key the system blue screens and reboots. At
> >> first I thought this was a localized issue but it occurs
> >> on all systems upgraded (each a different hardware config)
> >> and with 2 different makes of flash drives. We tested the
> >> following hardware:
> >>
> >> Defect Description:
> >> Attaching a USB flash memory key to a system running
> >> Microsoft Windows SP2 results in a system crash and a
> >> reboot.
> >>
> >> Machines:
> >> IBM Thinkpad T42 Series (laptop)
> >> Dell Inspiron 1150 Series (laptop)
> >> Gatway e2100 Series (desktop)
> >> Micron Milleniia (very old machine)
> >>
> >> Drives:
> >> IBM USB Key 64 meg
> >> Lexar Jump Drives 128 and 256 meg models
> >>
> >> Steps to Reproduce:
> >> 1. Upgrade any of the above listed machines to SP2
> >> 2. Attach any of the above listed flash memory keys into a
> >> usb port of the machine.
> >>
> >> My Question:
> >> Has anybody else encoutered this or have a workaround
> >> short of removing SP2 to resolve this issue?
> >>
>
>
>


RE: Crash Attaching USB Flash Drive Under SP2