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  1. Formating won't solve the problem. Not even flashing the bios. I have that problem and decided to use a PCI-USB Controller instead of rear ports.
  2. Another piece of bad news. :sad: Simply, if my printer is plugged to usb port 4 the system hangs on post screen. I sounds like a joke for me. Port 4 is the one which has brought me problems first. A lockup, a finger on the reset button and, after that, constant messages of unknown device, no matter what I plug to it. By now, I have an usb mirror installed 'cause I can't use 2 of the usb ports. :drool:
  3. Same problem here. Latest bios, fresh install of the OS, only Logitech MX 310 permanently connected to usb port 1. I have a Cordless rumblepad 2 and the RF, at the moment, is also connected to a rear port, number 2. With or without the RF plugged I have weird issues on ports 3 and 4. Arrrggghhh.... I have tried "Clear CMOS", flashing the bios to another version, another fresh install of Windows, nothing has solved the problem. I can't think of anything else to do.
  4. Same problem here. Ports drop radomly. The only "permanent" device plugged to rear usb port is my Logitech MX310. I have even unplugged the Cordless Rumblepad 2 RF and I stil get those wierd errors.
  5. I've been facing exactly the same problem and don't really know what to do. USB ports 3 and 4 don't work properly; sometimes I receive the that stupid message of devices not recognized. It began to happen after two lockups as well. Sincerely, it's driving me crazy. Any help will really be appreciated.
  6. I've re-installed the OS... really fresh and clean install... re-flashed bios, flashed for another bios version... everything... same problem, same port... :/
  7. Hi, guys!!! Unfortunatelly, I'm oblidged to come here not to visit and try to help, but to relate an issue that began to happen with my mobo the last few days. Well, suddenly, my Ultra-D began to have some problems with usb devices, specifically the usb port near Nvidia Lan. At first, I'd like to tell that I have already tried everything I could imagine, just like not using usb mouse, changing the device plugged into that usb port I described, formatting and reinstalling the OS, re-flashing the bios, etc... The fact is that, everytime I plug a device into that usb port near the Nvidia Lan, the OS detects the device but says it couldn't regocnize it. Bellow, some screenshots: After plugging any device, just like webcam, printer or even the adpater for my joystick... Taking the printer to do some tests, most of times the printer works but that usb tray icon near date/time keeps popping up and fading... Here, the system shows the printer as ready and, indeed, the device works, but the usb icon behaves as the described above... During the printing process, that icon pops up several times... in fact, up to now I don't know what is causing the problem. I've noticed that if I plug any device that asks for external softwares or drivers to work properly, they are detected but don't work... the icon keeps there informing there's a unknown device and the install process doesn't finish succesfully. That happens to my joystick (rumblepad cordless 2) and my MX310 mouse. If somebody could help me in solving that problem, if there's a solution for it, I'd really appreciate. Thx!
  8. Oh God... it's too much just for new drivers... Ethernet> restart IDE> restart ... Was it like that? I htink I'll really keep the 6.70.
  9. The drivers aren't installing correctly here. I've uninstalled the Nforce drivers and used DCPro to clean registry and other files Nforce 6.86 installed: Nforce 6.70 installed:
  10. Hi guys! Well, I've been analysing my system since thursday, when I came back home from work, and up to now the issue hasn't happened. The steps I took to try fixing it were: used the Data Lifeguard Diagnostics for DOS and performed a full WRITE ZEROS TO DRIVE operation; Let the system built as the initial build guide (didn't take it out of the case); performed the proper clear CMOS as described here in the forum; got an extra SATA cable from a dead Epox 9NDA3+ - by the way the cable is harder than the one that comes with Ultra-D; attached a Sata power connector directly from PSU to the HDD; created 3 partitions in Windows installation setup and re-installed the OS, including drivers and windows updates; installed the DATA LIFEGUARD TOOLS for windows and ran it. The software performed registry changes to make the WD2500KS work properly; I have rebooted the system over 30 or 40 times since last thursday and the rig has worked fine. Sincerely hope this is the end of my worries. Thx everyone for the help.
  11. Then, is the driver correctly detected by the bios, isn't it? Choke, pls, get the DATA LIFEGUARD DIAGNOSTICS in WD website; the one intended to run under DOS interface. Boot up using that soft and see if it can detect your drive. If yes, select "WRITE ZEROS TO DRIVE" and perform the full (Extended) operation. Well, if you can do that, surely your drive will be seen in Windows. That operation is just like taking the drive to the state of a new one. If everything runs fine, format your drive in windows, download the DATA LIFEGUARD TOOLS for Windows, install it and run. Certainly It will tell you that an operation is necessary in order to Windows take advantage of its full capacity. You'll need to click ok and the software will do the process automatically. After that, it'll ask you to reboot... just do so and I think things will be ok for you.
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