[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39



No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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[linux-usb-devel] [2.6.x] USB Zip drive kills ps2 mouse.

Post by Alan Ster » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 06:20:39


No, the uhci-hcd driver isn't stepping on any extraneous ISA I/O ports.

Walt's problem was the result of a buggy BIOS, and turning off legacy USB
support in the BIOS fixed it. Maybe your problem is similar, though it's
hard to imagine how.

I've got 3 computers with UHCI controllers. On none of them does a USB
event cause the floppy disk drive to do anything.

Alan Stern

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